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Naga Peoples Organisation (NPO) on doctor posting

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2014 11:06 pm

Our Correspondent
IMPHAL, December 3

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he move to transfer the specialists doctors from the district hospital located at Senapati district headquarters has evoked sharp reactions from the Naga People’s Organisation (NPO) Senapati.
Sources received here said that around 6 specialists including anesthetists have been transferred from the district hospital.The Principal secretary (health and family welfare)Dr J Suresh Babu had reportedly issued a government order in this regard,sources added.
President ML Markson of NPO said the transfer of specialists’ doctors from the district hospital without giving proper service to the needy public in our town is not fair. “This is nothing but the government’s indifferent attitude to the public,”he claimed.
Earlier the state chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh has informed that his government will streamline the transfer and posting of the doctors and specialists in the hill districts, he added.Instead of the transferring the specialists in a hurry they should have given 2/3 years time in serving the people, NPO President said.
He also demanded that Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) headquarters at the Senapati district headquarters. Other hill district headquarters have their respective SDO offices since 2009.
The people of the district took three days to get their domicile certificate because of absence of SDO headquarters at our district headquarters, the NPO leader alleged.
Regarding the frequent harassment meted out to the people of the region outside the state, the NPO leader also urged the concerned authorities to provide the necessary compensation to those who lost their lives in mainland India as the Manipur government usually provides compensation to those outsiders who lost their lives in accidents.
He also appealed to the state authority to pressurize their respective counterparts across the country to to do the needful.
Accused in hurting wildlife activist remanded :The bail plea move by the counsel of an individual who was accused of hurting a wildlife activist in Manipur has been rejected by the court today, legal sources said.
Nongmaithem Kali alias Bhaghirath of Kumbi Makha Leikai who was the accused of hurting a wildlife activist Wahengbam Tikendrajit Singh of Kumbi Thingel Mamang Leikai was produced before CJM Bishnupur today.
His bail move has been rejected by the court and remanded in the police custody till December 16. He was booked on charge of ‘attempting to suicide’.
People’s For Animal (PFA) Manipur appealed to award an exemplary punishment to the accused, says Managing Trustee L Biswajeet Meitei.
College teachers to stay away from exam duty: All Manipur College Teachers’ Association (AMCTA) today threatened to boycott the BA/B Sc semester examination which will starts from tomorrow.
President of the AMCTA M Lokendro said 650 college teachers under his association will stay away from examination duty. In a press conference held at Manipur Press Club this afternoon, M Lokendro further said the association has submitted many ultimatums to the government demanding immediate release of a fresh notification considering local conditions in respect of recruitment CAS and other service matters. The demands of AMCTA include cancellation of government orders No.7(2)/6/2003-HE dated 14/11/2014 and appointment of regular principals to all the government colleges of Manipur, removal of Commissioner Higher Education P Vaiphei from his post and immediate release of pending due allowances.

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2014 11:06:48 pm