Ram Bahadur Khatri, a resident of Taplejung, has a family of four members – his wife and his two sons. Currently, one of his sons is employed in Mauritius and the other one is in Malaysia. Ram had gone to Malaysia for employment ten years ago, spending a total of 70,000 rupees to go there. Initially, he worked for the company that had sponsored his visa, but due to some issues, he left that company and started working for another one. One day, after his bed something was quite unusual after eating, he suddenly felt discomfort on his left side, and the left side of his body became immobile, rendering him unable to work.
Through the Treasurer of PNCC, Ram came into contact with the organization and returned to Nepal. PNCC staff picked him up from the airport and brought him to their hostel as he was unable to move on his own. The staff assisted him in going to the toilet and provided him with snacks. The PNCC doctor gave him some medication and advised him to undergo some tests. During his stay at the PNCC hostel, Ram was taken to Bir Hospital three times. In his first visit to the hospital, a CT scan showed that the veins in his head were dry, and the doctor recommended immediate treatment to prevent further complications.
After some time, Ram’s brother came to pick him up from the hostel. While preparing the necessary documents for his accommodation, Ram expressed his gratitude to the PNCC organization and its staff for their assistance in taking him to the hospital.