KATHMANDU, March 28: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has asked doctors and scientists to research on the talent of Baalguru Aditya, who is taken as an extraordinary child.
Stating that any ordinary individual can't learn anything without the help of teachers or from certain source of knowledge, Oli said Aditya however is an extraordinary child as he learnt everything on his own.
“It is easy to find something about the Big Bang Theory and black hole but it isn't that easy to understand about Aditya,” Prime Minister Oli, who explained about Aditya at length, said. “It is surprising for everyone that physically challenged Aditya possesses so much of wide knowledge even though he didn't attend any school or university.”
The prime minister was addressing a function organized at Nepal Mediciti Hospital on the occasion of the hospital getting recognition from the National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Health Care Providers (NABH) on Wednesday. The hospital officials said it was the first Nepali hospital to get such recognition.
Oli said that Aditya's English and Sanskrit were better than his own knowledge of English and Sanskrit. The prime minister urged scientists to find the mystery about Aditya.
Addressing the same function, the hospital's director Upendra Mahato said that they established the Mediciti Hospital with a view to provide health services of international standard for those who are visiting abroad countries seeking quality health services. He also announced a plan to develop Nepal as a destination for health tourism by attracting international customers.
NABH CEO Dr Harish Nadkarni handed over the NABH certificate to Mahato during the function.