Oli, in the course of his response to the debate over President Bidhya Devi Bhandari's address to the joint session of parliament, had on May 7 ridiculed the Opposition using many "unparliamentary" and "abusive" words.
Addressing a parliamentary party meeting of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal, Oli said his government had succeeded in bringing “secessionist” groups to mainstream politics, and that he would want to give the same opportunity to those practicing “terrorism” provided they are willing to surrender arms.
"Nepal wants to develop friendly relations with neighbouring countries on the basis of equality and justice," said KP Oli and sought support and cooperation from friendly countries for establishing peace and stability and attaining prosperity.
Co-chairman of Nepal Communist Party Pushpa Kamal Dahal, senior leader Jhala Nath Khanal, and Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa, among other leaders, visited the hospital to inquire about Oli's health condition and wish for his speedy recovery.
Adhikari said six people, some with physical disabilities, came to his office on July 10 and demanded they be issued disability certificates, where the scale of injury sustained should be exaggerated so that they could corner higher allowance from the government.
On Sunday, the issue was raised in the Rashtriya Sabha — the upper house of Nepal’s Parliament. Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa Badal told the Rashtriya Sabha that Koirala was going to Canada without the government’s authorisation.
Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli arrived in New Delhi on Friday on a three-day visit to India. The visiting leader was accorded a ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bhavan this morning, where he was welcomed by President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.