Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurated Jeevanjyoti Institute of Medical Sciences, a 300 bedded super specialty hospitality, at Silchar in southern Assam on Friday. The hospital is expected to significantly boost healthcare facility at the Barak valley and would also serve the people of Tripura, Manipur and Mizoram. Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Sonowal said the state government accords top priority to improvement of health care facilities in the state so that the poor and needy could avail best medical facilities.
Further saying that the state government is implementation several schemes for ensuring social security and economic growth of the people, Sonowal informed that dredging of Barak River has already been launched and construction of Swami Vivekananda International Research Centre will start soon. The chief minister said the NRC updation exercise is going on smoothly in the state under the guidance of the Supreme Court and it is on the verge of completion. – United News of India