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Mukhyamantri Samipeshu gains momentum, citizens flock to CM ‘s residence for aid


BY TC News Desk

Agartala: June 28. Number of people is gradually increasing in the weekly programme, Mukhyamantri Samipeshu where people from different parts of the county join the programme to seek assistance from the Chief Minister at his residence.

They share about their grievances and problems to the Chief Minister. Among them, most of them sought assistance for health treatment and urged for employment today. The Chief Minister patiently heard each and everyone’s problem and therefore directed the Secretaries and Directors of the concerned departments to take necessary initiatives to resolve their problems accordingly

Tom-tom driver and Banamalipur resident Rahul Saha along with his wife went to meet the Chief Minister to seek assistance for his health treatment. Rahul had recently undergone a tumor surgery. Rahul informed the Chief Minister that he had to sell his only source of livelihood, his tom-tom to meet the expense of his surgery. Hearing about Rahul’s helpless condition, the Chief Minister directed the officials of concerned department to provide necessary assistance.

An auto-driver by profession and resident of Haradhan Sangha of Krishnanagar Amit Dey along with his wife joined the programme to seek assistance for treatment of their 16 year-old daughter, Amrita Dey suffering from kidney-related disease Doctors had suggested for kidney transplant. Likewise, a farmer from Manik Bhandar of Kamalpur Rahmatulla Khan joined the programme to seek assistance for treatment of his 15-year old daughter, Roshni Khan who has been suffering from asthma as well as arm and leg spasms The Chief Minister directed the concerned officials to take steps for Amrita’s and Roshni’s treatment.

Ashalata Talapatra from GB, 79 Tilla also joined the programme along with her husband to seek assistance for treatment of her husband, Dipankar Sarkar who had undergone brain tumor surgery and had been diagnosed with cancer. Presently, he is undergoing treatment in GB hospital. They have been facing financial strain to carry the education expense of their daughter besides Dipankar’s treatment Upon bearing his condition, the Chief Minister instantly asked the Medical Superintendent of the hospital to take initiative for Dipankar’s treatment. Besides, the Chief Minister also directed the Secretary of Social Welfare & Social Education department to provide necessary assistance While on the other hand resident of Ramnagar, Suman Sarkar sought assistance from the Chief Minister for treatment of his father suffering from cancer. The Chief Minister directed the Medical Superintendent of Cancer hospital to take necessary steps for treatment of Suman’s father.

 For both cases, the Chief Minister assured of providing necessary assistance Secretary to the Chief Minister Dr. Pradip Kumar Chakraborty, Secretary of Education department Saradindu Choudhury, Secretary of SW&SE department Tapas Roy, Medical Superintendent of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Regional Cancer Hospital Dr. Siramani Debbarma, Deputy Medical Superintendent of GBP hospital Dr Sankor Chakraborty and other concerned officials were also present during the programme

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