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Primary Health Centre (PHC) and two Primary Health Sub-Centres (PHSC) Inaugurated

IMPHAL, Oct 5: Destruction caused to public properties during the course of agitation over Sadar hills district demand was very unfortunate and should not be repeated, Health and Family Welfare Minister L Jayantakumar has stated.

He was speaking at the occasion of inaugurating one Primary Health Centre (PHC) and two Primary Health Sub-Centres (PHSC) constructed with funding from NREGS in different parts of Kumbi A/C as chief guest today. The inaugural function of the newly constructed PHC building and quarters at Kumbi and one PHSC each at Chairen Leingangtabi and Phoubak-chao was organised by Bishnupur District Society under the joint aegis of Directorate of Health Services and Social Welfare Department at Kumbi today.

Chairman of MANIDCO and MLA of Kumbi A/C N Mangi presided over the function.

Speaking at the occasion, Minister Jayantakumar observed that it is only the public would be at a loss if the buildings constructed by the Government and handed over to the public were set on fire and destroyed in pursuance of some demands.

Such destructions would only delay the pace of development in the State, the Minister pointed.

Stating that the Government has been taking up various steps to ensure health for all, the Minister explained that as part of this measure, construction of one 100-bedded hospital each in all the districts of the State is underway.

He also appealed to the doctors and other staff in the health sector to perform their duties with dedication.

In his presidential address, MLA Mangi observed that protection and co-operation of the people in developmental activities of the Government is very much essential and no development work would be possible without the support and co-operation of the people. … Primary Health Centre (PHC) and two Primary Health Sub-Centres (PHSC) Inaugurated

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