Imphal: Chief electoral officer (CEO), Manipur, Rajesh Agrawal on Thursday visited Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Lamphelpat and enquired about the health condition of 10 security personnel of 2nd Indian Reserve Battalion, who were injured in an accident occurred at Tamenglong and admitted to RIMS, Imphal on March 2.
Agrawal advised RIMS director prof. A. Santa Singh to take good care of the injured personnel, so that they get recovered soon. He also interacted with the bed ridden security personnel and wished them for speedy recovery.
Agrawal also visited Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences (JNIMS) to see the health condition of another injured CRPF personnel of 340 BN, A-119 Coy who got his leg fractured due to a fall on March 2 in Tamenglong.
Helicopter services were utilized effectively by Rapid Response Teams (RRT) of medical department under the supervision of state nodal officer (health) Tomcha Khuman for timely airlifting of casualties in both the cases to medical facilities in Imphal, a CEO Manipur office press release said.
The chief electoral officer also appreciated the SNO (health) and his Rapid Response teams for their swift action which enable timely and efficient medical intervention to the injured personnel and further advised all concerned officials to be ready for any such eventualities in the next phase of poll.