Minister P Paiwang Konyak visits Tuli CHC
DIMAPUR — Minister of Health and Family Welfare, P Paiwang Konyak, visited the Community Health Centre (CHC) in Tuli on Tuesday and interacted with the doctors, staff, and the health centre management committee.
According to an update, the minister visited the CHC after a meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party held at Tuli on the same day. Following the interaction, he assured to look into the grievances faced by the CHC on a need basis.
The minister, along with the staff, also paid a visit to all the patients admitted in the hospital.
Meeting focuses on strengthening BJP
Earlier, as part of his first district tour, the minister, who is also a BJP national executive member and in charge of the Mangkolemba organisational district, visited Tuli and had a meeting with the organisational district president and colleagues, as well as the mandal presidents and office bearers from all four mandals under the organisational district.
A party update stated that during the meeting, Paiwang emphasised that the BJP is a well-disciplined party that follows the mantra of ‘Nation first, party second, and individual last’. He stressed that there is no room for laziness within the party, asserting that every party worker must be proactive.
He encouraged the karyakartas to stay committed and work towards the positive growth of the party in the four Mandals—Janpetkong, Arkakong, Alongtaki, and Tuli. Also, highlighting the various flagship programmes, Paiwang asserted that the welfare schemes have immensely benefited millions of Indian citizens.
MLA and Advisor for Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, A Pangjung Jamir, and BJP Mokokchung district president Bendang Aier were among those who addressed the meeting.
The interactive session featured discussion and the exchange of ideas and opinions for the party’s growth at all levels, and the meeting concluded with the adoption of a resolution passed by the house to strengthen the BJP under the leadership of state president Benjamin Yepthomi and Deputy Chief Minister and BLP leader Y Patton.