Nepali Doctors in Pakistan express solidarity with agitating Dr Govinda KC

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Nepalese students Organization (NSO-Pakistan) organized meeting all Nepalese Doctors who are doing PG in different University gathered together in Lahore, Pakistan,in Pakistan Nepali Dctors are doing training in different college and university.

Nepali doctors are studying in King Edward Medical University,@PIC,Service Hospital,Jinnha hospital,PGMI,Lahore Genral Hospital and Ganga Ram Hospital,FJMC,Karachi.

All doctors organised to express solidarity with agitating Dr Govinda KC,Request all nepalese doctors who in Pakistan solve condition soon in Nepal by Goverment of Nepal.

Dr Govinda KC, senior orthopaedician at the TUTH, has been on an indefinite strike demanding the government reinstate former dean Dr Prakash Sayami, stop giving affiliation to new medical colleges, end political interference in the IoM, take action against Tribhuvan University office bearers, and develop IoM into an independent university.

Dr.Arun Kumar Singh
President 
Nepalese Students Organization(NSO-PAKISTAN)
Pakistan 

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