Dy PM to return home

Kathmandu: The Neuro Hospital of Bansbari said on Tuesday that treatment of Deputy PM and Home Minister Bamdev Gautam was over and he would be discharged on Wednesday morning. Gautam was admitted to the hospital following complaints of headache, fever and backpain on January 21. Organising a press conference on the hospital premises, Dr Upendra Devkota said Gautam had a problem in blood circulation and that the problem has now been cured. He said Gautam’s treatment in the hospital was complete and he would be discharged. According to Dr Devkota, Gautam should take medicine for the next six months to dilute the blood. Gautam’s personal secretary Som Rana, however, said there were chances that Gautam might fly to Bangkok for further treatment. — HNS