Monthly Pension Distributed; “Service to humanity is the service to God”- Prof. A. Shanta

Monthly Pension Distributed; “Service to humanity is the service to God”- Prof. A. Shanta

Monthly Pension Distributed; “Service to humanity is the service to God”- Prof. A. Shanta

Written By: / Sunday, 25 September 2022 17:56

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Imphal, Sept 25:

The Monthly Pensions for the month of September to all the Inmates of Langol Old Age Home, Langol, Imphal West District, Manipur in a solemn function held at the Home this afternoon. The Pension is being distributed under the exclussive sponsorship of Thounaojam Romen Singh, the Managing Trustee of Thounaojam Chaoba Memorial Charitable Trust, Singjamei Thongam Leikai, Imphal West District, Manipur in its continuing effort of giving aids to the Old Age Homes, Orphanages, Aged and the down trodden people of the State who do not get any benefit from the Government so far.
Speaking on the occasion as the Chief Guest, Prof. A. Shanta Singh, the Director of Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) Imphal said that the service to humanity is the service to God. No other service is as good as the humanity service. Such kind of service initiated by the Trust is tremendous, remarkable and appreciated. He said that he will give full co-operation to such initiatives taken up by the Trust.  We should have thanksgiving habit whenever someone does a good deed instead of criticising it.  He wished that such kind of initiatives of the Trust will further expand in the entire State of Manipur so that many of such people can be covered. There are a lot of such persons in the State and helping the poorest of the poor is the need of the hour, he contended.
Prof. Shanta said that RIMS becomes now-a-days one of the best hospitals in the State. When there is illness among the Inmates, he urged to bring them to RIMS hospital so that the hospital will give them full service for their treatment. RIMS is the only hospital in the entire State that has more than 100 ICUs. More ICUs will be set up in a very short period of time. People can take the opportunity. He urged the people of the State to bring themselves to RIMS hospital for treatment and hasty recovery as there are a lot of world class equipments in the hospital. He said that the people of the State have a mindset that they will be hastily recovered if they take their treatment in private hospitals. It is a wrong concept. It will spend a lot of money.  If they rush to the RIMS hospital for their treatment, they will be given full service with the world class equipments and as such it will reduce time and money as well, he assured.
Speaking on the occasion, Thounaojam Romen Singh, the Managing Trustee of the Trust said that there are a lot of infrastructural development in RIMS during the last four years. Everyone knows the condition of RIMS before 2017 and during his tenure. RIMS becomes one of the best hospitals in the entire North East and among the top 50 hospitals in the Country. It brings upon the tireless and dedicated efforts of the Director, Prof. A. Shanta Singh. 
Romen Singh said that whenever there is illness among the Inmates, they rushed the RIMS hospital for treatment. They were treated with special care with the world class equipments without taking any money under the strict supervision of Prof. A. Shanta Singh, it is remarkable, he remarked. It shows that he would like to help the poor and down trodden persons in addition to his dedicated works for the upliftment of RIMS as a Director of a reputed Institution.
Romen Singh further said that he initiated the Pension Schemes through the Trust so as to help the poor and needy persons. It is being done only from his own pocket money, not taking a single coin from the Government and the public. It is done for the welfare of the Inmates and not to take any political mileage in this regard. Besides distributing Pensions to such people, the Trust is giving the day today needs for the time being. He urged the other people to help such needy persons on the humanitarian ground.
Oinam Mangi Singh, the founder of the Langol Old Age Home, and Thounaojam Ongbi Ibemhal Devi, the Trustee of the Trust attended the function.

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