Mukhyamantri Samipeshu Programme has now become a place of trust and hope for the people. The number of people is gradually increasing in this programme. Today is no exception. People from different parts of the state met Chief Minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha at Chief Minister’s official residence with high expectations. During the meeting, the people brought their grievances and problems to the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister asked the Secretaries and officials of the concerned departments to take necessary measures to solve their problems after listening to everyone’s problems.
Today, Sajal Ghosh, a resident of Lankamura in Agartala, and his wife met Chief Minister seeking medical help. Sajal is suffering from serious liver and kidney ailments. Sajal Ghosh told the Chief Minister that he had two hernia operations. He is now unemployed due to illness. Hearing about Sajal Ghosh’s problem, the Chief Minister immediately directed the Medical Superintendent of GBP Hospital to take necessary steps for better treatment of Sajal Ghosh
Gita Ghosh, a resident of Khowai, approached the Chief Minister for help in the treatment of her husband, who is suffering from blood cancer at Mukhyamantri Samipesmu programme today. After seeing the medical documents of Gita Devi’s husband, the Chief Minister asked the Medical Superintendent of Cancer Hospital to take necessary steps for the treatment of Gita Devi’s husband. Asim Dus, u resident of Jirania, came with a request for help in the treatment of his father Keshab Das, who is suffering from Blood Cancer. Asim’s father is currently undergoing treatment in a private hospital in Kolkata.
Doctors suggested hone marrow transplant for Asim’s father, which is very expensive. When Asim brought up his problem, the Chief Minister immediately directed the concerned officials to take necessary step. Similarly. Amritlal Chowdhury, a resident of Barajala and his wife met the Chief Minister seeking medical help. Amritial Chowdhury is suffering from pancreatic disease and has undergone surgery abroad. The doctors advised him to operate again. Chief Minister directed the concerned officials to take necessary measures to solve the problem of Amrital Chowdhury.
Bhaskar Kanti Kar, a resident of Ramnagar, came to the Chief Minister with a request for help for the treatment of his mother suffering from cancer, the Chief Minister directed the Medical Superintendent of Cancer Hospital to take necessary measures for the treatment of Bhaskar’s mother. Diptanu Dey, a resident of Bardowali, approached the Chief Minister with an application for employment at Mukhyamantri Samipeshu programme today.
In this case too, the Chief Minister assured support to him. Secretary to Chief Minister Dr. Pradeep Kumar Chakravarty, Secretary of Health Department Dr. Debasish Basu, Secretary of Social Welfare and Social Education Department Tapas Ray, Medical Superintendent of GBP Hospital Dr. Shankar Chakraborty, Medical Superintendent of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Regional Cancer Hospital, Agartala Dr. Shiramani Debbarma and other concerned officials were present at the programme. Toady 21 people met the Chief Minister in this programme.