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Mukhyamantri Samipeshu: CM addresses citizens’ grievances, provides aid


BY TC News Desk

Agartala: November 02: In the 22nd phase of the Mukhyamantri Samipeshu program on Thursday, people from different areas of the state met Chief Minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha.

 The Chief Minister spent a long time at his official residence today, as on other days, listening to the grievances of people from different parts of the state and addressing various problems.

 All those who participated in the Mukhyamantri Samipeshu program today went home with smiles on their faces. In addition to providing immediate assistance, the Chief Minister took sincere initiatives to address everyone’s problems.

 Namita Bhowmik of Narsinghar spoke to the Chief Minister seeking help for the treatment and education of her school-going daughter, Indrani, who is a Divyangjan.

 Despite numerous treatments, the girl’s condition did not improve. Due to financial instability, it has become nearly impossible to continue her treatment and education.

 After reviewing Indrani’s medical documents, the Chief Minister suggested regular physiotherapy and assured to assist in her treatment. He also spoke to the Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Social Welfare and Social Education, ensuring the payment of a monthly allowance of Rs 2000.

 Pradyot Das, a small trader in Agartala’s Resham Bagan area, is facing difficulties in managing the treatment and education of his Divyangjan son due to financial instability.Realizing the challenges they are facing, the Chief Minister immediately contacted the MLA of the area, Ratan Chakraborty, over the telephone and assured them of necessary assistance.

 Biswajit Saha, a resident of Bishalgarh under Sepahijala District suffering from cancer, is also burdened by the high cost of treatment. Upon learning about Biswajit Saha’s condition, the Chief Minister directed the Medical Superintendent of Agartala Cancer Hospital to take necessary measures for his treatment and provide financial assistance. 

Many others like Rishikesh Adhikari of Panisagar, Anil Chandra Nama of Manu Bazar in South Tripura, Bijay Kar of Jayanagar Akhaura Road, and Swarup Saha of Madhya Banamalipur sought medical help and were assured of necessary assistance from the Chief Minister. 

Secretary to the Chief Minister Dr. Pradeep Kumar Chakraborty, Medical Superintendent of GBP Hospital Dr. Shankar Chakraborty, Medical Superintendent of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Regional Cancer Hospital Dr. Shirmani Debbarma, Deputy Commissioner of Social Welfare and Social Education Department Achintam Kilikdar, and officials of other concerned departments were present today.

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