Even today, people from different parts of the state came to the Chief Minister’s official residence for help and solutions to various problems at “Mukhyamantri Samipeshu” programme. Despite the busy schedule, Chief Minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha listened to the grievances and problems of everyone. The Chief Minister took prompt action to remedy those problems which can be solved immediately. Abhijit Nath, a resident of Srinagar of Sabroom, came to the Chief Minister for his mother’s treatment. Abhijit Nath’s mother Swapna Rani Nath needs immediate brain surgery.
After seeing all the documents, the Chief Minister directed Superintendent of G.B Hospital Dr. Shankar Chakraborty for surgery. The Chief Minister assured Abhijit that all medical expenses would be borne by the government. Rahul Dhar, a 22-year-old youth from Ramchandraghat in Khowai is almost immobilized due to back complications. Seeing the condition of this young man, the Chief Minister assured him of necessary treatment for his recovery. Similarly, the Chief Minister assured financial assistance to Ranjan Kumar Majumder for treatment.
Moreover, Gopal Saha, Indradeb Banik, Madhumita Dutta and others benefited today by talking directly to Chief Minister at ‘Mukhyamantri Samipeshu’ programme. The Chief Minister also presented a certificate to Anusuya Ghosh, five-year-old daughter of Bardowalt resident Animesh Ghosh and Sima Chakma for her humanitarian work.
Anusuya recently donated her hair to a cancer patient. Seeing this news in the newspaper, the Chief Minister called her and praised her humanitarian work by handing over the certificate. Secretary to the Chief Minister Dr. PK Chakraborty, Secretary Tapas Roy, Superintendent of GB Hospital Dr. Shankar Chakraborty and Superintendent of Regional Cancer Hospital Dr. S Debbarma were present at the programme.