Pothashang News Service: Imphal, February 16, 2020: Manipur will be transformed into Golden Land in the next 5-10 years, chief minister N. Biren Singh said at the inauguration of staff quarter at the community health centre, Lilong Haoreibi Makha Leikai on Sunday.
Biren said his government is committed to render human service and work for the welfare of the people regardless of their political affiliation, caste, creed, religion etc. “The present government has fulfilled every promise made to the people,” he added.
“When we uplift the lives of the poor people then there will be peace, prosperity and development in the state,” Biren said while stating that his government fully endorsed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.
With the support of the people, the government could deliver good governance, bridged the gap between hills and valley in the state, he added.
“Transit accommodation for doctors, teachers and nurses are being constructed at 19 places in hill districts of the state. Some of them will be inaugurated soon,” the chief minister said.
“The purpose of doing politics is to help each other and to gain mutual respect and trust among all the communities. My aim is to build a strong and cordial relationship between the communities,” he added.
He said after conducting survey about the status of people in the minority inhabited areas of the state, the government has identified beneficiaries who can be benefited from various welfare schemes. CMHT, PMJAY cards have been distributed after organising various camps in these areas. The government has also constructed above 1000 houses in the Lilong area under PMAY, he added.
He appreciated the people of Lilong for fighting collectively against drug menace in the state.
Health and family welfare minister L. Jayantakumar appealed the doctors and nurses to render their service with sincerity and dedication while treating the patients. He maintained that collective efforts are needed for inclusive development in state. He said that the government would extend every possible support to improve the infrastructure of the CHC. He further said that Geriatric, Palliative care unit will also be installed in the CHC soon.
The newly inaugurated staff quarters at CHC was constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakaram (PMJVK) funded by ministry of minority affairs and state department of minority affairs with a ratio of 90:10 with a total cost of Rs 342.07 lakh . The quarters consist of rooms for patients, doctors, nurses, medical store room, patient attendant room, conference hall etc.