By -Seema Irom
Our CM and other concerned authorities of JNIMS need to look up on this matter seriously. I’m also a patient who happens to come from a medical background family, so I’m quite knowledgeable about the troubles which the patients and patient party have to undergo through on regular basis. The progressive index of a state has a lot to do with how the state actors care of the health sector. If you responsible decision-makers of this region keep on ignoring this fact that majority of the Manipuris cannot afford to go to the private hospitals and clinics for further critical medical treatment, then I’m very sorry to say but the pledge you took on day 1 in your respective office is just an apparent lie. Merely giving “assuring speeches” during medical functions, inaugurating rooms, cutting ribbons, getting photographs to put them in the newspapers “to let people know” won’t suffice the need of the hour. So Mr. CM sir and other concerned authorities of this health sector, I reiterate that the “politricks” you’re engaging in is a typical folly; politics should never come in between those who are already in pain (physically, psychologically and overall spiritually).
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