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MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasa extends fincial assistance to JMCH

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  12 Jan 2016 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

JORHAT, January 11: As a part of the ongoing development schemes under the MPLAD (Member of Parliament Local Area Development) Funds (first installment), a total of seven projects got sanctioned for the year 2014-15 and accordingly the last cheque of Rs 1,50,000 for the construction of a Euro filter at the Jorhat Medical College and Hospital (JMCH) was formally handed over to the in-charge Principal Saurav Borkotoky by Rintu Boruah, former general secretary BJP and at present the persol secretary of MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasa in Jorhat on Monday.

Talking to The Sentinel, secretary Rintu Boruah said, “MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasa after proper scrutiny had approved a total of seven projects valued at more than Rs 10 lakh for various development schemes which included sanctioning Rs 2 lakh each for the construction of a cultural centre at Kenduguri, Bamun Gaon, computer centre at Docklongia Tea Estate, weaving centre/toilet at Jamuguri gaon, Charaibahi gaon and construction of a cultural centre at Dakhin Thengal besides Rs 1 lakh for construction of a public toilet at chungi gaon, Rs 40,000 for the development of Kochukhat Bormghar Path and the latest Rs 1.5 lakh to JMCH for a Euro filter.”

Administrative approval and sanction for the implementations of the schemes under MPLAD scheme are as per the recommendations of MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasa for 12 Jorhat HPC. The work will be implemented by a construction committee constituted for the purpose and the secretary of the committee will be responsible for maintence of the schemes after completion.

The sanctioning of the amount has been highly lauded by the public and sources have also informed that a number of minor and major patients suffering from serious heart ailments and cancer to have received fincial assistance from Prime Minister rendra Modi’s office on recommendations from MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasa.

Likewise, Rainee Saikia of Charing, Sivsagar received Rs 2,58,750 from the PMO’s Office under the PMNRF (Prime Minister’s tiol Rural Fund) for rel transplant at Intertiol Hospital, Guwahati. Similarly, Salman Firdus of zira, Sivsagar, received Rs 3 lakh for cancer treatment at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi, Babul Bora of Betbari, Sivsagar, received Rs 1.60 lakh for cancer treatment at Vydehi Institute of Medical sciences, Bangalore and Sariful Hussain of Chariabahi Muslim Gaon in Jorhat received Rs 80,000 for cancer treatment in Gauhati Medical College and Hospital.

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