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NAJAC expresses gratitude to health minister

13 September 2017

IMPHAL | Sept 12

Nungba Area Joint Action Committee (NAJAC) has expressed gratitude to Health minister, government of Manipur for his kind action to safeguard the thousands poor lives of Nunga area and fulfilling the demands for the welfare of the people.

A release signed by NAJAC general secretary, Blessing Rongmei appealed the government of Manipur to continuously push Nungba on to medical priority list by setting and installation of Blood bank/storage facilities, Trauma Centre and full functioning of major operation theatre for the welfare of the people.

It reminded the government for necessary CHC structural repair, construction of enough staff quarters and sufficient water storage facilities at CHC Nungba as soon as possible.

Stating that the committee are indebted to Health secretary (Administrative Head, Health) for his initiative, concern and timely action at his level best who took keen interest to meet the basic demands of the NAJAC, it said that the association thanked DC Longami/Noney, Nungba SDO and SDPO, all social organisations, Nungba Area Village Authorities Association, all volunteers and security forces posted along NH 37 for their support and cooperation in meeting the basic needs of the rural mass.

It further appealed all the medical staff/employee posted at CHC Nungba to be regular and sincere to their profession without any excuse to transform Nungba area.

        

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