From our Staff Correspondent
DIBRUGARH, July 6: In a hurricane visit to the undivided districts of Dibrugarh and Tinsukia, Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal on Wednesday visited the Assam Medical College and Hospital (AMCH) to review the present infrastructure and development issues of the premiere medical institute of the State.
Addressing the media, the Chief Minister talked about the much needed development work to be carried out at AMCH premises. Sonowal stated that modernization and maintence of clean and healthy environment at AMCH tops the priority list of the government. Sonowal further said that keeping in mind the overall satisfaction of the patients, doctors and visitors, steps would be taken to maintain discipline and regularity in the hospital premises.
Sonowal said that with the support of the public, the State Government would work for implementing the much needed modernization and development projects at the earliest.
Speaking on the price rise issue, Sonowal claimed that price rise would not affect the people as government had not enhanced the price of essential food items. He said that income from the uprising tax would be used for the welfare of the people. The 1 per cent VAT is being increased to take forward the development works to enhance the growth of the State economy.