Nepal Medical Association (NMA) has decided to call off its protest and resume all healthcare services after reaching a six-point deal with the government on Sunday.

An agreement was signed between the government officials and NMA representative at the Office of the Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers on Sunday morning to withdraw the ongoing protest which states that the investigation report of the incident on Friday will be completed within a week.

The six-point deal further stated that the government will study and amend the Working Procedure for Security of VVIP-2077 within a week.

NMA had earlier decided to shut all health services except emergency ones across the country today after a doctor from National Trauma Centre was beaten by a police officer during security management of the President’s convoy on Friday.