Aryal unveils new ward of hospital

Kathmandu, August 21

Nepal Police IGP Prakash Aryal today inaugurated a newly built Post Operative Ward of Nepal Police Hospital in Kathmandu.

Aryal spoke on the importance of health services to police personnel during the inaugural ceremony.

The new ward was set up as per the service expansion plan of Nepal Police Hospital. The newly constructed Post Operative Ward has 14 beds for patients and was constructed at a cost of around Rs 13.8 million.

On the occasion IGP Aryal distributed awards to staffers who contributed outstanding service to the hospital and planted a tree on the premises of the hospital.

Aryal also shared Nepal Police’s plans to upgrade the regional Police Hospital and organisational efforts to make police hospitals self-dependent and well-equipped to provide all sorts of services to police personnel, who are always at work to maintain the security of society despite unfavourable conditions.

He added that there should be no discrimination on grounds of rank or status in the services provided by the hospital and urged all staffers to work with discipline and professional honesty.