Punglwa sub centre new building inaugurated
Punglwa, February 25 (MExN): Punglwa sub centre new building funded by NRHM was inaugurated on February 24 by Dr. Neiphi Kire Director (Health), Health & Family Welfare in the presence of village leaders and villagers of Punglwa village and neighbouring villages.
A press note issued by NRHM Peren District Media Officer T. Ajungla Imsong stated that Dr. B. Yanger Ao, CMO Peren while delivering the welcome address expressed gratitude to NRHM for funding the new sub centre building which was a much awaited infrastructure requirement. He further expressed appreciation to the community for their contribution in making the construction a successful one and also urged them to further assist the department by making unceasing contribution citing that the sub centre construction should not be taken as the end but rather it should be taken as the beginning.
Dr. Neiphi Kire, Director in his inaugural speech lauded the commendable job of the community for the successful construction of the new Sub-centre building and urged the villagers to take this day as an auspicious day when it is inaugurated and thus treat and cure the sick and needy people through this building. The Director also called upon the community to unceasingly make contributions as now the community and the government are in partnership so that the villagers are benefited in the health sector. He further urged the Village Health Committee and the village leaders to use every fund judiciously as development of the village depends mainly on how the funds are utilised and added that the main priority now should be to provide good health facility not only to their villagers but also to all the neighbouring villages. Dr.Neiphi Kire (Director), H&FW who was accompanied by Dr. Takonuksung Lemtor, Jt. Director, Health & Family Welfare later visited District Hospital, Peren.
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