KATHMANDU, Sept 6:Prime Minister KP Oli, who returned home on Friday after undergoing medical treatment in Singapore can resume his normal duty as the country's chief executive, according to his personal physician.
Prime Minister Oli's personal physician Dr Dibya Singh in a statement on Friday said there is no health issue to prevent the prime minister from carrying out his normal duties. “His condition is normal so he can continuity his normal duties,” Dr Singh said.
Dr Singh said that the process to remove high-level of antibodies accumulated in Oli's body was conducted at the National University Hospital in Singapore.
Prime Minister Oli did not speak to the media upon his arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport.
Earlier on August 3 also, the prime minister had visited the same Singapore hospital for treatment. Upon his return home on August 12, the prime minister through his twitter accounted had stated that he was fit and fine, but his personal physician or his secretariat had not commented on his condition.
But on August 22, the prime minister again visited Singapore after he developed some complications in his health.
Earlier this week, ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Vice Chairman Bam Dev Gautam and General Secretary Bishnu Paudel had visited Singapore to see health progress of Prime Minister Oli.