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Health Minister visits Hailakandi hospital

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HAILAKANDI, June 21 � Health and Family Welfare Minister, Dr Nazrul Islam on Tuesday visited the SK Roy Civil Hospital here and held a discussion with the doctors and officials. He was accompanied by Gautam Roy, former minister and adviser to Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

The problems of the hospital were placed before the minister by the staff of the hospital and various non-governmental organisations. Dr Islam urged the health workers to discharge their duties with utmost sincerity and dedication. He announced that a regular Superintendent would be posted at the hospital soon.

Dr Islam admitted that the acute shortage of doctors has hampered the normal functioning of the hospital and announced that more doctors would be appointed soon to tide over the crisis. He appealed to the health workers, particularly those working under national health schemes, to work with dedication as there would be no scarcity of funds to pay their salaries �despite the strict warning of the Central Government.�

Members of the United Democratic Students� Front also submitted a memorandum to the minister, enlisting various issues and problems related to the SK Roy Civil Hospital.

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Health Minister visits Hailakandi hospital

HAILAKANDI, June 21 � Health and Family Welfare Minister, Dr Nazrul Islam on Tuesday visited the SK Roy Civil Hospital here and held a discussion with the doctors and officials. He was accompanied by Gautam Roy, former minister and adviser to Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

The problems of the hospital were placed before the minister by the staff of the hospital and various non-governmental organisations. Dr Islam urged the health workers to discharge their duties with utmost sincerity and dedication. He announced that a regular Superintendent would be posted at the hospital soon.

Dr Islam admitted that the acute shortage of doctors has hampered the normal functioning of the hospital and announced that more doctors would be appointed soon to tide over the crisis. He appealed to the health workers, particularly those working under national health schemes, to work with dedication as there would be no scarcity of funds to pay their salaries �despite the strict warning of the Central Government.�

Members of the United Democratic Students� Front also submitted a memorandum to the minister, enlisting various issues and problems related to the SK Roy Civil Hospital.