KATHMANDU, Jan. 10 -- Human Rights and Peace Society (HURPES), a non-governmental, non-political, not-for- profit organization, has urged the government to fulfill Dr Govinda KC's demands by implementing the past agreements reached with him.

Senior orthopedic surgeon Govinda KC had to stage hunger strike for the 16th time after the government became indifferent and paid no heed to the agreements signed with him in the past.

KC started the latest hunger strike on the premises of the old office building of Department of Urban Development and Building Construction at Gachhi, saying that the Oli-led government did not implement the agreement reached with him on April 23.

"The attention of Human Rights and Peace Society Nepal (HURPES) has b...