Government to extend 30,000 rupees as financial assistance: Minister of Health
Rakinpuru: On Saturday, Minister of Health and Family Welfare Keshab Mahanta called on the bereaved family of Kanmai Patgiri. In particular, Kanmai Patgiri died unfortunately with her baby during a Caesarean section operation at Lakhimpur Medical College and Hospital (LMCH) on June 2.
The Minister of Health, along with Directors of Medical Education Anup Kumar Barman and Gahpur MLA Utpal Borah, arrived at the victim’s residence in Rangamuri, Gahpur area, returning from Lakhimpur to Guwahati after understanding the situation of LMCH. He sympathized with the bereaved family on behalf of the state government and wanted to learn more from the victim’s husband and other members of the family about the unfortunate and controversial situation he faced at LMCH.
Meanwhile, the health minister has declared in front of the media that the state government will provide the victim’s family with an amount of Rs 300,000 as financial assistance. “We have instructed all medical college and hospital authorities in the state, including Lakinpur, to be careful that such unfortunate and unforeseen incidents do not occur in the future,” the Minister of Health added. I did.