Agartala: Dec 11: The state will be de-addiction-free at any cost, State Chief Minister Professor Dr. Manik Saha said this while inaugurating three residences for doctors and nurses of Udaipur Tulamura Primary Health Center on Monday. The Chief Minister said that as the state government is working to prevent the youth of the state from addiction, the parents should also be vigilant about where the boys and girls are going and what they are doing.
Referring to the health services of the state, the Chief Minister said that the government wants to make the state of Tripura a medical hub. Looking to change the tendency to go out of state especially if there is any disease. So that all types of health services in the state are being arranged for the patients to get the opportunity. The state government has decided to open 11 super specialties. Seven super specialties have already been opened. Dental college has been opened for the benefit of boys and girls of the state. This includes an unprecedented service. The Chief Minister also said that for 23 years, the promotion of doctors was stopped in the state. The current government has encouraged doctors by giving them promotions.
Two crore twenty five lakh rupees have been spent to construct these residences. Also present were State Finance Minister Pranjit Singh Roy, MLA Abhishek Devarai, District Magistrate of Gomti District Tarit Kanti Chakma, District Police Superintendent Namit Patak and officials of various departments.