Kathmandu, July 21:
Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Lalbabu Pandit on Saturday said the government was ready to address demands of protesting Dr Gobinda KC through talks.
"The government is ready to address 'genuine' demands of Dr KC," he said while saying that the Medical Education Bill presented in Parliament would not be withdrawn whatsoever. "The Bill could be endorsed after some amendments. But it is not possible to pull out it midway. It will be passed by Parliament," he said at a programme here in the capital.
He said the government would work with private, cooperative and government sector for country's prosperity, while saying it was not in favour of discouraging any sector.
"We are not in favour of not to let new medical colleges open in the country. Fees charged by medical colleges should be determined," he said.
In another context, he urged Rastriya Janata Party to join the incumbent government. (RSS)
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