Nepal Peasant and Workers Party Chairperson Narayanman Bijukchhe has pointed out the need to run political and practical classes to evoke and elevate political awareness of the public.
Interacting with health workers at Khwopa Hospital dealing with the risk of COVID-19 pandemic here on Friday, leader Bijukchhe also spoke of the need to uplift economic status of the public.
Stating that the management should be strong and able to render quality healthcare services at hospitals, Bijukchhe viewed that the hospitals should win the trust of the public.
He also said that the health workers should imbibe qualities such as humbleness and tolerance, among others.
Similarly, Khwopa Hospital Management Committee Chairperson and Bhaktapur Municipality mayor Sunil Prajapati urged the hospital staffers and health workers to work in such a manner that there were no complaints from the patients and public.
He opined that health workers’ humble conduct to the patients would also develop a sense of ownership of the patients to the Hospital. —-
Source: National News Agency Nepal