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BTR Government Extends Helping Hand: CEM Promod Boro Distributes Aid to Chronic Patients

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Wednesday, August 16, 2023
BTR Government Extends Helping Hand: CEM Promod Boro Distributes Aid to Chronic Patients
BTR Government's Rog Nirmul Initiative Distributes Aid to Chronic Patients
Kokrajhar, Assam: In a commendable effort to support patients struggling with chronic illnesses, Bodo Territorial Region's Chief Executive Member (CEM) Promod Boro took a significant step forward. Boro recently oversaw the distribution of financial assistance cheques, each amounting to Rs. 5000, to individuals battling chronic illnesses. This initiative, part of the Rog Nirmul BTR endeavor, reflects the region's commitment to prioritizing healthcare and the well-being of its citizens.

The event, held at the Bodofa Cultural Complex in Kokrajhar, saw patients who have triumphed over chronic illnesses being recognized and supported. The financial assistance cheques serve as a beacon of hope for those facing the challenges of managing ongoing health conditions. The Rog Nirmul BTR initiative, under the patronage of the BTR Government, aims to alleviate the financial burden faced by these resilient individuals and their families.

A significant highlight of the event was the symbolic flagging off of 20 mobile medical units. These units are poised to bring healthcare closer to the communities, offering medical support to those in need. The initiative is a joint effort between the Hans Foundation and the Government of BTR, underscoring the significance of collaboration in addressing critical healthcare issues.

Chief Executive Member Promod Boro expressed his enthusiasm for these initiatives, emphasizing the government's unwavering commitment to the well-being of BTR's citizens. He remarked that the healthcare initiatives, including the financial assistance distribution and the deployment of mobile medical units, are vital steps towards fulfilling the government's promise to provide quality healthcare accessible to all.

The event was attended by prominent figures and officials, including EMs Shri Arup Kr Dey, Shri Ghanashyam Das, @nilutswargiary, Shri Reo Reoa Narzihary, Shri Dhananjay Basumatary, MCLAs Shri Mantu Boro, Shri Madhab Ch. Chetry, Shri Rajib Brahma, and other members of the BTR Government. Their presence signifies the collective commitment to creating a robust healthcare infrastructure that caters to the unique needs of the region's diverse population.

As the Bodo Territorial Region continues its journey towards enhanced healthcare accessibility, initiatives like Rog Nirmul BTR and the deployment of mobile medical units echo the government's dedication to translating promises into action. The distribution of financial aid and the launch of medical units not only provide immediate relief but also pave the way for a healthier and more resilient future for the people of BTR.