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Resumed “Mukhyamantri Samipeshu” Weekly Public Interaction Programme Of Hon’ble Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha.

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Agartala, 4th of July, 2024 : 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 Thursday (4th July, 2024), 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.

After a brief break due to the Lok Sabha elections, the Mukhyamantri Samipeshu program resumed today, to address woes of common men and provide assistance them. Held at the official residence of Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha, the program saw 22 citizens from various parts of the state directly seeking redress to their concerns and grievances. Among the attendees were Prasenjit Das from Adarsha Colony in West Jogendranagar, Ranjit Das from Badharghat, Raju Ghosh from Kathaltali, Arpita Debnath from Ranirbazar Madhupur, Uttam Biswas from Bamutia, Tapan Kumar Roy from Baradowali, Shukla Saha from Ramnagar, and Swapan Debnath from Hapania. They primarily sought medical assistance, prompting the Chief Minister to ensure the provision of necessary medical services from a humanitarian perspective. Chief Minister Saha emphasized the availability of quality medical services within the state, encouraging residents to utilize local healthcare facilities instead of seeking treatment outside. In this context he advised taking advantage of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana and Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana for better medical support.

During the program, the Chief Minister directed the Superintendents of GBP Hospital and Cancer Hospital to extend their support for the treatment of the attendees. Additionally, on requests from Namita Bhowmik of Dhaleshwar and Alpana Saha of Jirania regarding social security pensions, immediate action was directed to Social Welfare Department Secretary Tapas Roy. The Chief Minister also assured swift resolution of issues related to land, roads, and shop occupancy by coordinating with the Mayor of Agartala Municipal Corporation. The proactive approach by the Chief Minister brought confidence and hope to those seeking assistance. Present at the program were Secretary to the Chief Minister Dr. P.K Chakraborty, Social Welfare and Social Education Department Secretary Tapas Roy, Additional Secretary of Health Department Brahmit Kaur, GBP Hospital Superintendent Dr. Sankar Chakraborty, and Cancer Hospital Superintendent Dr. S Debbarma, among others.

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