By TC News Desk
Agartala, August 16 : Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha heard various problems, shortages and grievances of the people from different parts of the state on Wednesday as on other days at the Chief Minister’s official residence. The Chief Minister has given a message to everyone who came to the Chief Minister Samipeshu program to stand by. Apart from solving the medical problems, the Chief Minister also arranged for the settlement of legal issues including land.
On this day, Chief Minister Litan Deb of Durgabari under Airport police station met the Chief Minister regarding the request for government assistance in Samipeshu programme. Liton Deb’s father was abducted by terrorists on October 27, 1992. His death certificate was issued in 2009 by the administration after a long search by the police administration failed to find his whereabouts. But Liton Deb’s family did not get any kind of government assistance in this incident. Chief Minister’s Secretary Dr. Pradeep Kumar Chakraborty directed to take necessary initiatives.
Papri Saha, a resident of Krishnanagar Kadamtali, met the Chief Minister for her son’s medical plea. Her son has been diagnosed with the rare disease Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) since birth. This genetic disease has caused her son obesity and hindered her intellectual development. Her son has been undergoing treatment at AIIMS in New Delhi since 2019. Currently her son needs Rs 9 lakh for hormone therapy. In that context, she met the Chief Minister today and requested the necessary financial assistance. After hearing about the problem of Chief Minister spoke to Social Welfare and Social Education department Secretary Tapas Roy about how to help through Social Welfare and Social Education Department and assured necessary cooperation.
Suman Poddar of Pratapgarh has been suffering from kidney disease for the past two years. He is currently out of work due to illness. As a result, due to lack of money, he is not able to get his treatment properly. After seeing the necessary documents related to Suman Poddar’s treatment, Health Department Secretary Dr Debashis Basu was instructed by the CM to take necessary measures in this regard.
Alpana Bhattacharya, wife of Dulal Chakraborty of Ramnagar, is suffering from cancer. Currently his wife is undergoing treatment at Tata Cancer Hospital. Now there is lack of money for wife’s treatment. In this context, he came to the Chief Minister today with a request for necessary cooperation. After seeing the necessary documents related to the treatment of his wife, the Chief Minister immediately called the Medical Superintendent of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Regional Cancer Center and directed Dr S Debbarma to take necessary action. Besides, the chief minister urged Dulal Chakraborty to have faith in the health services and doctors of the state.
Abir Das of Kunjaban was hit by a Scorpio car and his right arm was broken. As he is the sole breadwinner of the family, his family is currently in dire financial straits. After the accident, he also filed a case against the driver of that car with Airport police station. But till now he has not got any justice. After hearing about his problem, the Chief Minister immediately spoke to the concerned police officer on mobile and asked Abir Das to get justice.
The Chief Minister was very earnest in solving the problems of those who also came to the Chief Minister Samipeshu programme. Secretary of the Chief Minister Dr Pradip Kumar Chakraborty, Health Secretary secretary Dr Debashis Basu, Social Welfare and Social Education department Dr Tapas Roy, Medical Superintendent of GB Hospital Dr Sankar Chakraborty, Medical Superintendent of Cancer Hospital Dr S Debbarma and others were present.