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Dr. KC breaks his hunger strike considering the humanitarian crisis caused by the floods and landslides

Review Nepal
  Kathmandu, Nepal      August 15 2017

Kathmandu, Nepal: Considering to the loss of lives and property caused by monsoon rains-triggered floods and landslides in the country, senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC has postponed his 23-day-long fast-unto-death on Tuesday evening.
 
When semi conscious Dr KC heard the news of loss of lives and properties caused by floods and landslides, he broke in tears and urged one and all to involve in rescue and relief operations for the flood victims.
 
While announcing his breakup of his hunger strike, he also vowed to resume again his hunger strike even if demands to reform in the medical education sector is not addressed as per the recommendations made by the Kedar Bkatla Mathema led commission.  
 
As KC had actively carried out health checkups in free of cost and distributed reliefs to the disaster-hit victims during a humanitarian crisis, he decided himself to break up the strike, an doctor involved in the treatment of Dr. KC said.