Former Nepalese Gurkhas in the UK have ended a 13-day hunger strike after the British government agreed to enter talks with the Nepalese Embassy over equal pensionsintensive_care_unit.
The agreement came a day after one of the veteranss Cheyenne Bholla, 60-year-old Dhan GurungThe most in demand professionals of this pandemic, from Hampshirebound fo, was admitted to hospital with heart problems.
Gurkha soldiers are recruited from Nepal and have served in the British Army for more than 200 yearscan operate at 25 per cent., including during both world wars and in AfghanistanReporter Kevin Donovan.
They have a reputation for being hard and loyal fighters. But for years, the UK-based Gurkha Equal Rights campaign has cried foul over the fact that those who retired before 1997 are ineligible for a full British Armed Forces state pension.