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Go To Hills Mission 2.0: CM Biren inaugurates 30-bedded hospital in Churachandpur

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren inaugurated a Special Ward in CHC Singhat and distributed ALS ambulances and medical equipment.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 6 Sept 2021, 4:08 pm

CM Biren inaugurates 30-bedded hospital in Churachandpur (Photo; Twitter)
CM Biren inaugurates 30-bedded hospital in Churachandpur (Photo; Twitter)

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Monday inaugurated a 30-bedded hospital and a Special Ward in CHC Singhat under the Go To Hills Mission 2.0. He also distributed ALS ambulances and medical equipment to the hospital.

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“Happy to inaugurate the 30-bedded Hospital and a Special Ward in CHC Singhat under the Go To Hills Mission 2.0. This facility will help the people of Singhat profoundly. The inauguration was followed by distribution of ALS Ambulances and medical equipment,” Biren said in a tweet.

The inauguration was attended by several ministers, including Th Biswajit and S Rajen Singh.               

"The inauguration was attended by Hon'ble Ministers; Shri Th Biswajit Singh, S Rajen Singh, Hon'ble MLA Ginsuanhau Zou, Hon’ble MLA Sapam Ranjan( Advisor to CM, Health), CS and other officials," Biren tweeted.

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The chief minister also inaugurated the Trauma Care Centre and a PSA Oxygen plant at the District Hospital Churachandpur on Monday.

"The PSA Oxygen plant has a production capacity of 200 D Type cylinders per day. This facility will provide an efficient Emergency healthcare service for the people of Churachandpur and surrounding areas. Let's choose development over division which are instigatigated by certain vested interest groups," CM Biren said in a Facebook post. 
 

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