KSO Chandel visits Sajik Tampak PHC at Kana in Kangpokpi

KSO Chandel information and publicity secretary Kennedy Haokip said hat the KSO along with the people of the Kana area were exalted on having a properly established hospital in the area.


The Kuki Students' Organisation (KSO) Chandel district led by its general secretary Mangvung Benjamin Haokip along with members of KSO Kana Block visited the newly inaugurated Sajik Tampak Primary Health Centre at Kana area and held discussions with several officials and leaders over myriad issues on Saturday.

KSO Chandel information and publicity secretary Kennedy Haokip said that the KSO along with the people of the Kana area were exalted on having a properly established hospital in the area as this development will surely relieve the people from difficulties in going to faraway hospitals in case of emergency.

He said that the Kana area being located at a remote location and not maintained due to the long presence of insurgent groups, the KSO is happy with the progress and the ongoing developmental projects.

“We had a fruitful interaction with the staff of Sajik Tampak PHC on various issues including the requirement of medical equipment and other necessary infrastructures,” he said.

“We are truly grateful to WR and YAS minister Letpao Haokip, DC Chandel, CMO Chandel, and managing director of New Life Trust for taking the initiative and efforts in establishing the Hospital,” he said. It is all because of them that the project has resulted in a fully functional hospital, he added.

He further said that the people also requested the benefactors to further give importance to the PHC with regards to infrastructure, supply of medical equipment in future.

The KSO Chandel also conveyed appreciation to MO in charge Dr Esther Thokchom and her staff for making an impressive progress in the past few years, making the area self reliant in the field of medicine and treatment.

It also acknowledged the sacrifices and endless efforts of the staff in keeping the area safe especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

While encouraging the staff to continue doing the good work and hoping for a greater positive change in future, it also wished them a healthy and blessed life.

First Published:Sept. 19, 2021, 10:49 p.m.

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