Cabinet nods to extend financial aid to victims of Noney road mishap 4 lakhs each to nine killed in mishap of Dec 21, 2022

Cabinet nods to extend financial aid to victims of Noney road mishap 4 lakhs each to nine killed in mishap of Dec 21, 2022

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Cabinet nods to extend financial aid to victims of Noney road mishap 4 lakhs each to nine killed in mishap of Dec 21, 2022

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By Our Staff Reporter
IMPHAL, Jan 25 : The Cabinet has agreed to extend  monetary assistance to the victims of the Noney road tragedy of December 21, 2022 where nine persons including  seven students of Thambalnu Higher Secondary School were killed.
The resolution was taken during a Cabinet meeting held at the office of Chief Minister N Biren Singh today.
The meeting was presided by the Chief Minister.
Conveying the resolutions taken during the meeting to the media at his office at Manipur Secretariat North Block today, Health Minister Dr Sapam Ranjan said that the Cabinet has decided to give Rs 4 lakh each to the families of those killed in the accident.
The Cabinet also agreed to provide some sort of compensation to those injured based on the seriousness and degree of the injuries, he conveyed.
In the bus accident, at least nine persons including seven students were killed while 38 others were injured.
He said that the money will be provided by the Relief and Disaster Management Department.
Saying that they also held a discussion on the address to be given by Governor La Ganesan ahead of the third session of 12th Manipur Legislative Assembly, Dr  Ranjan maintained that the Cabinet also approved holding direct recruitment to hire a legal  officer each (regular post) for seven departments viz Labour Employment Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, PHED, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Services, Home, Trade Commerce and Industries, Law and PWD.
Further stating that the Cabinet has agreed to bifurcate 90 posts from the Prosecution Department of Imphal West, Dr  Ranjan maintained that the posts include Additional SP (2), Inspector (2), SI (19), ASI (33) and Constable (34).
Saying that a recruitment examination to hire 31 staff of the Tele Mental Health Assistance & Networking Across State of RIMS will be conducted, the Health Minister continued that the Cabinet further resolved to create a faculty post for Churachandpur Medical College and recruit one staff of Effluent Treatment Plant, JNIMS.
The Cabinet has also decided to upgrade Luwang- sangbam PHSC to PHC, establish UPHC Sagolband and recruit the required staff, convert UHC Singjamei to UPHC, upgrade PHSC Iroisemba to Health and Wellness Centre and upgrade Jessami  and Tamei PHCs to CHC, he added.
He said that they have also resolved to appoint Tongbram Robindro as CE of Health and Family Welfare (Engineering Cell).
Maintaining that the meeting also agreed to lease out State's land to PSUs, Government departments and private establishments for industry and public utility related services, Dr Ranjan stated that the rent fee will be fixed at Rs 10,000 per month for every acre of land in rural and 50,000 in urban areas or 10 per cent of the market value of the land whichever is higher.
The meeting also agreed to recruit staff for Eklavya Model Residential School at Kamong and Churachandpur.
Several unlisted agenda were also discussed during the meeting and one of them is on overlapping of villages/districts.
The Cabinet decided to create two posts (Technical Assistant) of Central Sterilization Services of JNIMS.

By Our Staff ReporterIMPHAL, Jan 25 : The Cabinet has agreed to extend monetary assistance to the victims of the Noney road tragedy of December 21, 2022 where nine persons including seven students of Thambalnu Higher Secondary School were killed.The resolution was taken during a Cabinet meeting held at the office of Chief Minister N Biren Singh today.The meeting was presided by the Chief Minister.Conveying the resolutions taken during the meeting to the media at his office at Manipur Secretariat North Block today, Health Minister Dr Sapam Ranjan said that the Cabinet has decided to give Rs 4 lakh each to the families of those killed in the accident.The Cabinet also agreed to provide some sort of compensation to those injured based on the seriousness and degree of the injuries, he conveyed.In the bus accident, at least nine persons including seven students were killed while 38 others were injured.He said that the money will be provided by the Relief and Disaster Management Department.Saying that they also held a discussion on the address to be given by Governor La Ganesan ahead of the third session of 12th Manipur Legislative Assembly, Dr Ranjan maintained that the Cabinet also approved holding direct recruitment to hire a legal officer each (regular post) for seven departments viz Labour Employment Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, PHED, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Services, Home, Trade Commerce and Industries, Law and PWD.Further stating that the Cabinet has agreed to bifurcate 90 posts from the Prosecution Department of Imphal West, Dr Ranjan maintained that the posts include Additional SP (2), Inspector (2), SI (19), ASI (33) and Constable (34).Saying that a recruitment examination to hire 31 staff of the Tele Mental Health Assistance & Networking Across State of RIMS will be conducted, the Health Minister continued that the Cabinet further resolved to create a faculty post for Churachandpur Medical College and recruit one staff of Effluent Treatment Plant, JNIMS.The Cabinet has also decided to upgrade Luwang- sangbam PHSC to PHC, establish UPHC Sagolband and recruit the required staff, convert UHC Singjamei to UPHC, upgrade PHSC Iroisemba to Health and Wellness Centre and upgrade Jessami and Tamei PHCs to CHC, he added.He said that they have also resolved to appoint Tongbram Robindro as CE of Health and Family Welfare (Engineering Cell).Maintaining that the meeting also agreed to lease out State's land to PSUs, Government departments and private establishments for industry and public utility related services, Dr Ranjan stated that the rent fee will be fixed at Rs 10,000 per month for every acre of land in rural and 50,000 in urban areas or 10 per cent of the market value of the land whichever is higher.The meeting also agreed to recruit staff for Eklavya Model Residential School at Kamong and Churachandpur.Several unlisted agenda were also discussed during the meeting and one of them is on overlapping of villages/districts.The Cabinet decided to create two posts (Technical Assistant) of Central Sterilization Services of JNIMS.