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CM BATS FOR A CHANGE IN THE SYSTEM

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Imphal, June 27, 2017 (DIPR): The government is committed to bring a change in the system and that change should begin within ourselves. This was stated by Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh at the launching function of providing free Wi-Fi in different parts of Imphal, Jeevan Praman scheme and two Advanced Ambulance, which is a part of the 100 days programme, held at JNIMS Conference Hall, Imphal today.

Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister asserted that the sole objective of the new government is to serve the people to its fullest extent and is ready to work with challenge for the upliftment of the society. Sharing happiness on launching the Jeevan Pramaan scheme by the IT department, he said that now the pensioners do not need to stand in long queue in front of the banks to get their monthly pension. He stressed that Jeevan Pramaan will do away with the requirement of a pensioner having to submit a physical life certificate every six months and their pension money would be credited into their bank account on time. The government is planning to provide door step pension delivery system to the old aged people of the State soon, he added.

Chief Minister mentioned that the service of the advanced ambulance would benefit the needy or poor people living both in hills and valley of the State. He further said that the government is in the process of providing such kind of ambulance in all the district hospitals of the State so that medical services could reach to the periphery or remote areas of the State.

Hailing the Food Safety Department, Shri N. Biren said that within these 100 days, the actions taken up by the Department is remarkable by conducting massive drive against expired or adulterated food products in the market. He further appealed the Food Safety Department to continue such drive in future too.

Stating that proper maintenance is needed for the ambulances, Chief Minister said that people need to think the public properties as their own property. He further said that the progress of human civilization is needed to bring development in the State.

            People can access the free Wi-Fi in JNIMS complex, Old and New Secretariat, Thangal Bazaar and Paona Bazaar with a data limit of 300 MB per user per day.

During the function, Chief Minister Shri N. Biren Singh also released the booklets of the activities and achievements made during the 100 days by the Directorate of Health and national Health Mission and Department of Information Technology.

            Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Shri L. Jayantakumar Singh, Minister for PHE, Shri Losii Dikho, Parliamentary Secretary (IT) Dr. Sapam Ranjan, Parliamentary Secretary (Health and Family Welfare) Shri S. Subashchandra, Parliamentary Secretary(Home) Shri L. Susindro Meitei, Parliamentary Secretary(RD and PR) Shri H. Dingo, Parliamentary Secretary(Education) Shri K. Robindro, Parliamentary Secretary(Planning) Shri Khasim Vashum, Commissioner Health and Family Welfare and IT Shri Sumant Singh, Director, JNIMS Dr. Deben Laishram and staffs and students of JNIMS attended the function. (DIPR)