Agartala, 29th of November 2023 : Mukhyamantri Samipeshu programme the weekly public interaction programme of Hon’ble Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha. The Chief Minister interacted with the common people about their issues and difficulties.
As the part, the Chief Minister’s weekly programme “Mukhyamantri Samipeshu’ on Wednesday (29th November, 2023), people of different profession in the state attended the programme. They spoke with the Chief Minister regarding their problems seeking assistance on various aspects such as medical treatment, financial assistant, education etc. Hon’ble Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha patiently listened to each of them and directed officials and Secretaries of concerned departments to take the necessary initiatives. Like other days today also the chief minister, in his official residence, listened to the grievances and complaints of people coming from different corners of the state. None of the visitors went back disappointed as the chief minister offered his support in one way or the other.
Maitreyi Paul from Badharghat Sripalli came to seek assistance for the treatment of her father who has been suffering from Kidney issues for the last three years. Her father is the only bread earner in her family and he needs dialysis twice a week now. To relieve her ailing father 24 year old Maitreyi had take up a petty job in a private organization. But with her meager salary she is struggling to run the family and manage her father’s treatment expenses. So, she sought financial assistance in this situation. Chief minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha, after examining here documents, instructed Dr. Shankar Chakraborty, medical superintendent of GB Hospital to provide necessary help.
A deaf and dumb youth, namely Ujjwal Das from Pratapgarh met the chief minister with the prayer for disability pension. By birth deaf and dumb Ujjwal finds it difficult to find work for himself. In that situation his wife is working as house help. On examination of his documents the chief minister instructed the secretary of social welfare and social education department Tapas Roy to take necessary action on this.
On the other hand, Babul Sarkar of Singhamura, Amtali, an auto driver by profession, sought help for treatment purpose. Because, he had suffered a brain stroke in December 2022 making him partially paralysed. Consequently he became jobless. Being the sole earner in his family they are going through financial crisis and not in a position to take necessary medical care. Chief minister in his case also instructed the medical superintendent of GB Hospital to take necessary action. Malina Debbarma, wife of a cancer patient from East Bachaibari, Khowai, sought help for treatment of her husband. After examining the documents the chief minister instructed the medical superintendent of Atal Behari Regional Cancer Centre Dr. S. Debbarma to take necessary action.
At today’s Mukhyamantri Samipeshu programme among others were present Secretary to the Chief Minister Dr. Pradip Kumar Chakraborty, Secretary of Social Welfare and Social Education department Tapas Roy, Medical Superintendent of GB Hospital Dr. Shankar Chakraborty, Medical Superintendent of Atal Behari Regional Cancer Centre Dr. S. Debbarma.
“We are committed to delivering various government facilities up to the last mile of the society. Our government has been sincerely working towards solving various issues of the common people. To this end, another episode of my public-interaction programme #MukhyamantriSamipeshu was held at my official residence today.” Hon’ble Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha tweeted.