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IMPHAL, Aug 31 - Manipur Governor Dr Najma Heptulla was accorded warm welcome on her maiden visit to Tengnoupal district headquarters, on Friday.

Addressing a function organised at Tengnoupal Community Hall by District administration of the newly formed district, the Governor assured that she will study the memorandums submitted to her and try to solve the issues.

Civil Society organisations including Kuki Chief Association and Kuki Students Organisation, Tengnoupal Village Authority, Meitei Council Moreh and Chief of Khudengthabi submitted around eight memorandums highlighting their grievances to the Governor.

Stressing the need to solve issues in sectors like education and health services, she said after taking charge as the Governor two years back, she spoke to the Prime Minister highlighting major issues in health services, communication and roads.

She also suggested introduction of �Flying doctor� to reach out to people in remote areas. The service will begin soon after logistics, maintenance and operating procedures are finalised for which North Eastern Council had already released Rs 25 crore, she added. She also suggested to the Home Ministry for launching a Highway Patrol service along NH.

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Heptulla makes maiden visit to Tengnoupal dist

IMPHAL, Aug 31 - Manipur Governor Dr Najma Heptulla was accorded warm welcome on her maiden visit to Tengnoupal district headquarters, on Friday.

Addressing a function organised at Tengnoupal Community Hall by District administration of the newly formed district, the Governor assured that she will study the memorandums submitted to her and try to solve the issues.

Civil Society organisations including Kuki Chief Association and Kuki Students Organisation, Tengnoupal Village Authority, Meitei Council Moreh and Chief of Khudengthabi submitted around eight memorandums highlighting their grievances to the Governor.

Stressing the need to solve issues in sectors like education and health services, she said after taking charge as the Governor two years back, she spoke to the Prime Minister highlighting major issues in health services, communication and roads.

She also suggested introduction of �Flying doctor� to reach out to people in remote areas. The service will begin soon after logistics, maintenance and operating procedures are finalised for which North Eastern Council had already released Rs 25 crore, she added. She also suggested to the Home Ministry for launching a Highway Patrol service along NH.

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