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OPD service for Ayush hospital Keirao to start from July: MLA Rameshwor

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6th NNPDC incentive award Presented 

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Imphal, June 28,


 The  sixth NNPDC incentive award 2010 was presented to the meritorious students of Keirao Bitra who have passed out the matric and class 12 examinations with high marks.

The award presentation ceremony organised by Nongpok Ningthou Panthoibi Development committee Keirao Bitra was held at the Nongpok Ningthou panthoibi community hall Keirao Bitra. 

Keirao MLA, Lourembam Rameshwor Meitei attended the function as chief guest while NNPDC Keirao bitra chairman T Joy Meitei, Bamonkampu ZP Member Golmei Kachungna, Keirao GP Pradhan K Chourajit, Ward member N Lata, ward member Sh Baleshor,  Principal Johnstone higher secondary school M Jadumani Meitei, Retd Asst Teacher T Ibohal, IFCD surveyor H Lokendra attended the function as president and guest of honours respectively.

Altogether 20 first divisioners in class X and class XII examinations were felicitated during the function.

Speaking to the gathering, Keirao MLA Lourembam Rameshwor Meitei said that construction of 50 bedded integrated Ayush hospital and Homeopathy college at Keirao Bitra has started and completion target is set by February next year. 

Government is planning to start OPD service of the Ayush hospital from July this year, he said. 

Asserting that the people of the Keirao Kendra have been facing many inconveniences in terms of medical facilities, connectivity, drinking water, education due to the past misrules, he said that he is facing hardships to make up all the shortages and to resolve the public grievances within a year with the available sources of a local MLA. 

Besides, the present government is constrained to take up new development initiatives as the state was left in bankruptcy by the previous congress government. State government is burdened with monthly interest payment worth around 71 crores. 

The MLA, however, assured that he would make the maxinum effort to fulfill the aspirations of the people in his constituency. 

Assuring that three Community halls would be constructed at Keirao bitra, the MLA said that earthwork for construction of Community hall at Keirao Awang leikai had already been started and construction of the community hall would start as soon as rainy season is over. 

Repairing of Imphal-Yairipok road will be started from next year, he said.

Refuting charges, MLA Rameshor said that he never neglected the flood victims of Kiyamgei Muslim and other surrounding areas. He said he made his best effort to help the flood victims in his constituency. 

To gain political mileage, Rameshwor alleged, some vested interest people deliberately breached the river bank at Kiyamgei Muslim and let the people suffer. Those people even denied entry of local MLA who was coming to help the people. Later, the MLA was wrongly blamed through the media for not helping  the flood victims, he added. 

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