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Sigh of relief for Mazbat people

UDALGURI: Thousands of people in Udalguri seem to have heaved a sigh of relief when Mazbat MLA,Charan Boro launched the Chief Minister's Free Diagnostic Services Programme in Orang CHC at a function on Thursday.

The hospital received a laboratory which Boro called a bold initiative by the government to help the poor.

He urged the hospital authorities to ensure proper delivery of free diagnostic services to the needy people.

District Project Co-ordinator of Hindustan Latex Limited,Ditisha Bhagawati explained the various diagnostic facilities of the lab.

 

 

 

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