Govt urged to introspect into TRIHMS issue

Govt urged to introspect into TRIHMS issue

ITANAGAR, Apr 4: Taking cognizance of probable post Letter of Permission scenario brought in by various NGOs concerning the fate of 487 employees in Tomo Riba State Hospital (TRSH) and their apprehensions with the coming up of TRIHMS and the very existence of lone State referral Hospital likely to be amalgamated with TRIHMS brought up before the Chief Minister, the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) has termed it as genuine and urged upon the state govt to have a serious introspection into the matter.

In the euphoria of getting a new institute of Health and Medical Sciences in the state, the AAPSU opined that we must not forget the many sacrifices and hardship the 487 Arunachal Govt staff which includes among others 105 Doctors & 382 staff Nurses, technical and non-technical staff have put into nurturing the lone state referral hospital and the services they have provided to needy public.

In a press note, AAPSU opined that state govt ought to search out a middle path whereby the coming up of the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) “is not hampered” and at the same time Tomo Riba State Hospital (TRSH) retains its status whereby the pain & agony of the 487 employees of the lone state referral hospital are looked into.

Meanwhile, the Union has strongly condemned the recent incident of threat and intimidation to Changlang ZPC Jowkhong Singpho allegedly by one NSCN (IM) cadre, going on since many months. The massive protest by denizens of Miao, Bordumsa comprising people from all walks of life recently on the issue amply reflects the penned up anger of common public against the atrocities they have been enduring for so long in silence by different outfits from outside the state.

The state govt and MHA need to protect the life & liberty of the people, asserted AAPSU.

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