Imphal: Thoubal deputy commissioner (DC) Ahanthem Subhash distributed 11 Chief Ministergi Hakshelgi Tengbang (CMHT) (a healthy scheme) cards to eligible beneficiaries on “Meeyamgi Numit” (People’s Day) organised by the District Administration at the counting hall of the DC office complex on Thursday.
The deputy commissioner heard various grievances and demands of the public.
Around 98 written applications were received with queries pertaining to CMHT card, Old Age Pension/Widow Pension, housing scheme, handloom card, birth certificate and others during the programme.
All together 20 stalls of different departments were opened to meet the demand of the public including police, CMO, ICDS, ZEO, MSPDCL, veterinary and animal husbandry, district supply officer, agriculture among others.
CMHT, the pioneering health assurance scheme initiated by the state government continues to be popular in demand with the public. Many individuals who attended programme initiated the process for obtaining the health card by submitting necessary documents under the guidance of the concern officials.
Md. Sahid, a resident of Sangaiyumpham Part-1 speaking to officials of office of the district information officer, Thoubal said he had submitted the application form for the CMHT card on “Meeyamgi Numit” held on July 15. He expressed gratitude to the District Administration for the prompt action and added that the general public of the district should take advantage of such program taken up by the authorities.
Another beneficiary, Tombi Singh, a resident from Wanjing said earlier he had no idea regarding CMHT card. He attended the “Meeyamgi Numit” last month and placed his grievances. He said he is very thankful to the officials of the District Administration especially the deputy commissioner for patiently hearing his grievances.
In this Meeyamgi Numit programme, Thoubal SP Jogeshchandra Haobijam, Thoubal CMO, all sub- divisional officers, and other district level officers of different departments attended the programme to address the grievances of the general public.
Meeyamgi Numit is a service platform to address the grievances of people initiated chief minister N.Biren Singh on May 15, 2017.
Meeyamgi Numit programme will be held on every 3rd Friday of every month and if 3rd Friday happens to be a general holiday then it will be held on previous working day.