Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh on Monday inaugurated a 30-bedded hospital and a special ward in the CHC Singhat.
The hospital and the special ward were constructed under the Go To Hills Mission 2.0.
Chief minister N Biren said this facility will largely help the people of Singhat to avail better treatment.
The Manipur chief minister also distributed ALS ambulances and medical equipment.
The inauguration programme was attended by ministers Th Biswajit Singh, S Rajen Singh, MLA Ginsuanhau Zou, MLA and advisor to CM Sapam Ranjan, the chief secretary and other government officials.
“Happy to inaugurate the 30-bedded Hospital and a Special Ward in CHC Singhat under the Go To Hills Mission 2.0. This facility will help the people of Singhat profoundly.”
“The inauguration was followed by distribution of ALS Ambulances and medical equipment,” chief minister N Biren tweeted.
“The inauguration was attended by Hon’ble Ministers; Shri Th Biswajit Singh, S Rajen Singh, Hon’ble MLA Ginsuanhau Zou, Hon’ble MLA Sapam Ranjan( Advisor to CM, Health), CS and other officials,” the chief minister added.
The inauguration was attended by Hon'ble Ministers; Shri Th Biswajit Singh, S Rajen Singh, Hon'ble MLA Ginsuanhau Zou, Hon’ble MLA Sapam Ranjan( Advisor to CM, Health), CS and other officials. pic.twitter.com/6X4kY2AnPS
— N.Biren Singh (@NBirenSingh) September 6, 2021