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Emergency service in Arunachal

Arunachal Pradesh health minister Rajesh Tacho opened the emergency response call center for 102 ambulance service in presence of parliamentry secretary K Bagang, health director Moji Jini and NHM Mission Director  PN Thungon and other official  & staff of National Health Mission at Nagalagun on Friday.
 In his address, the minister said that the needy persons will get immediate response during emergency. He further appreciated NHM and for taking initiative for such noble cause.

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