KATHMANDU, Nov 2: CPN-UML leader KP Sharma Oli has been admitted to CCU unit at the Norvic Hospital in Kathmandu after suffering from respiratory problems and fever Friday.
Oli, who was receiving treatment at Blue Bird International Clinic at Thapathali in the morning, was later referred to Norvic in the evening, Bishnu Rijal, a member of UML publicity department, informed.
According to him, doctors involved in Oli´s treatment briefed that the leader had been suffering from pneumonia but that his condition was improving.
CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal, leaders Bamdev Gautam, Bidya Bhandari, Ishwar Pokharel and others immediately reached to the hospital to inquire about his health condition.
Recently while on his trip to the US, he fell ill and was admitted to a New York hospital for treatment. He arrived in Kathmandu on Wednesday.
The UML leader had undergone kidney transplant a few years ago and has been regularly visiting Apollo Hospital in New Delhi for medication.