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25 Feb 2018

GJM trade union hikes workers daily wage

MP, 24 February 2018, Darjeeling: The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha's trade union has decided to accept an interim hike of Rs 17.50 in the worker's daily wage but a sour note has been stuck with the body stating that gardens would be allowed to dispatch their first flush as and when they clear the bonus dues.
Bharat Thakuri, the general secretary of the Darjeeling Terai Dooars Plantation Labour Union, said: "Since this is an interim hike, we will accept this it. However, negotiations for minimum wages will continue."
The state government has fixed a meeting in Calcutta on March 12 to discuss the minimum wage for tea garden workers.
The hill gardens had agreed to pay bonus at the rate of 19.75 per cent of a worker's annual earning but most gardens have cleared only 50 per cent of the bonus citing the three-month strife in the hills.
During a meeting in Siliguri on Thursday, the state government has directed the hill tea garden management to provide an interim hike of Rs 17.50 from 1 April 2018 onwards and clear the bonus dues by March 10.
The Morcha and the GNLF had earlier threatened to stop the dispatch of first flush tea from March 1 if the bonus was not cleared.
"Such a decision by the union goes again the spirit of the agreement and the direction of the state government and will also unnecessarily precipitate a situation in the gardens," sources revealed.
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Centre failed to keep tea pledge: Trinamul

Minister Aroop Biswas in Birpara on Saturday
ANIRBAN CHOUDHURY, TT, Feb 24, 2018, Alipurduar: State Trinamul leader Aroop Biswas and his party colleagues in Alipurduar district accused the BJP and the Centre for their failure to reopen the closed tea estates of the district as they spoke at a public meeting at Birpara, where the BJP had won at the last Assembly elections.

In 2016, the announcement made by BJP leaders and even by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had held a public meeting in Birpara that the Centre would facilitate reopening of the closed gardens, particularly the tea estates of Duncans Goenka Group, had brought them the Assembly seat, the second seat that the party had won in north Bengal.

"The Prime Minister and his party leaders had made false promises, standing here in Birpara that they would reopen the closed gardens. This is how they have won this Assembly seat but later, they failed to reopen even a single closed tea estate. Instead, it is the state that has taken the initiative. We could reopen four such gardens and within another fortnight, work will resume in two more gardens," said Biswas.

He was addressing a public meeting, held as a part of the Alipurduar district conference of the party.

Party insiders said as on date, Birpara-Madarihat block is the area where BJP has the highest number of followers in the district.

"In the block, votes of the tea population decide the result. We are focussing here and have selected Birpara as the venue for the conference. The panchayat votes are ahead and we want to oust BJP, using the same agenda of closed tea gardens," said an insider.

That Trinamul is trying to galvanise support in BJP's strongholds was evident as workers and of two tea estates of the Duncans Goenka Group were present at the meeting with their families.
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Soccer clue to Bimal clout dip

Vivek Chhetri, TT,  Feb 24, 2018, Darjeeling: The final of a police-sponsored soccer tournament will be held next weekend at Tukvar, a former Bimal Gurung fief near Darjeeling where his supporters and cops had been clashing until a few months ago.

The March 4 fixture of the Kanchenjungha Football Tournament is likely to send yet another message about the elusive Gorkha Janmukti Morcha leader's waning sway over the hills and assert the state government' authority.

K. Amarnath, SP (operations), Darjeeling said: "The finals will be held at Tukvar Football Ground on March 4. The tournament started in December last year as part of the efforts to build police-public relations."

The tournament carries the highest prize among all football contests in the region. "The winners will get Rs 1.5 lakh and the runners-up Rs 1 lakh," said Amarnath.

""People would run away from us. Even the children would not come forward. Now things have changed," Manoj Verma, inspector-general, Darjeeling, had said at the inauguration of the tournament in December.

On Sunday, the Gorkha Janmukti Yuwa Morcha, the Morcha youth wing, will organise a meeting in Darjeeling in a show of strength by those bearing allegiance to party chief Binay Tamang and his confidant Anit Thapa. This will be the first centralised meeting of the Yuwa Morcha after Tamang assumed charge.
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Poll dare to Tamang from rival camp.... Prove support, Gurung aide tells Binay

RAJEEV RAVIDAS, TT, Feb 24, 2018, Kalimpong: Two days ahead of the planned show of strength by the Binay Tamang faction of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha in Darjeeling on Sunday, a pro-Bimal Gurung youth leader of Kalimpong has dared Tamang to prove that he enjoys the support of the people by contesting the Lok Sabha election next year.

Breaking the long silence of the pro-Gurung group in Kalimpong, Biren Bhujel of the Yuva Morcha, the party's youth wing, accused Tamang of betraying the sacrifices of lakhs of Gorkhaland supporters by doing the bidding of the state government and settling for, what he derisively called, "GTA II". "We will not accept the claims of some people, who have been nominated to keep a watch (over GTA) for a few days, to be the leader of the people... We openly challenge Binay Tamang to contest 2019 Lok Sabha election (to prove he enjoys the support of the people)," he said in a release issued late Friday night.

Biren is the younger brother of Barun Bhujel, the former Kalimpong municipality councillor loyal to Gurung, who had died in a Calcutta hospital on October 25. He had been arrested at the start of last year's Gorkhaland agitation for his alleged involvement of arson and violence.

Biren's dare comes two days before the Tamang faction of the Yuva Morcha is slated to hold a public meeting in Darjeeling on Sunday to demonstrate its support among the people. The youth wing had announced its "show of strength" few days after the GNLF had organised an impressive public meeting in Darjeeling on January 28.

A pro-Gurung voice is being heard in Kalimpong after a long lull. Most senior Morcha leaders, including vice-president Kalyan Gurung and Kalimpong branch president R. B Bhujel, have preferred to lie low even as the Binay faction has been making all the noises. In fact, the Binay group occupies the party office located in the heart of the town.

"The agitation which started from the language protest witnessed bandh for 105 days, 29 days of hunger strike, 16 persons martyred, but all these came to naught because of Binay Tamang's selfish strategy," Biren alleged.
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Mamata breach 'planned'

KOUSIK SEN, TT, Feb 24, 2018, Raiganj: Sisters Rabia and Amira Khatun had a "foolproof plan" to dodge Mamata Banerjee's cordon and reach her at Thursday's public meeting in Raiganj, officials probing the chief minister's security breach have said.

"Whatever they have said indicates they had a foolproof plan. It was not a sudden move," said a source on Saturday, referring to the siblings from a village near Raiganj. The police have not said if the duo had any ulterior motive.

Over the past two days, some of the investigators have suspected that the women were "instigated" after they changed their initial statements.

"The attires they wore were planned. They wanted to present themselves as Kanyashree beneficiaries and students so their activities do not raise any suspicion," said the source.

While Amira was dressed in a white sari with red borders - a common colour combination used in the uniform of many girls' schools -- younger sister Rabia had turned out in a salwar-kameez with a dark blue sweater.

The sisters had crossed five bamboo barricades to reach Mamata. While Amira was intercepted near the ramp leading to the stage, Rabia managed to reach the dais and fall at Mamata's feet while she was delivering her speech.

Both have claimed they wanted to meet the chief minister to seek "exemplary punishment for the killers of their father, who was murdered over a land dispute three years ago.

The sisters, who had been sitting at different places in the audience, advanced towards the dais at the same time, the investigators said.

"This was done to confuse the security personnel. The movements from different ends would create confusion. The plan was to ensure at least one of them reaches the dais," another officer said.

Even the time - they moved towards the stage when the chief minister was nearing the end of her speech - seemed to have been set earlier, said the official. "Usually, at such moments, the focus of the audience remains on the dais," the official added.
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24 Feb 2018

GNLF concern over unused Kalimpong hospital machines

SNS, KALIMPONG, 23 FEBRUARY 2018: The Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF) has demanded that the MRI and the CT Scan machines, which have been gathering dust at the Kalimpong District Hospital for more than a year now, be made functional at the earliest.
Kalimpong District Magistrate Dr. Vishwanath unveiled a digital X-ray machine at hospital on 13 February, which was simultaneously inaugurated by chief minister Mamata Banerjee from Krishnagar in Nadia. The other scanning machines are, however, still lying unused as hospital sources say they are yet to have a technician who can operate those highly sophisticated machines,
Many posters in and around Dambar Chowk in the town were seen today that demanded that the hospital start using the scanning machines soon for the benefit of the people. It may be mentioned that the total cost of the machines is over Rs 12 crores, and the same was funded by the National Health Mission.
"Such machines are brought for our benefit and the authorities concerned should appoint a qualified technician as soon as possible.The poor people should reap benefits from the machines that cost crores of rupees," the general secretary of the GNLF, Kalimpong branch, Lopsang Tamang, said.
A hospital source said that the machines, once operational, will allow patients to have their bodies scanned free of cost as the equipment has been installed as per the Public Private Partnership mode, "All the patient requires is a (district hospital) doctor's prescription, while the cost for the test will be reimbursed From the National Health Mission fund,' the source said.
"The unused MRI and CT scan machines should be used as soo  as possible for the benefit of the poor," read one GNLF poster on a wall."such expensive machines, should not rot," read another. "GNLF demands immediate functioning of the MRI and CT scan machines as the Kalimpong District hospital," said yet another.
A senior official at the district hospital said the local authority can't do anything when it comes to selecting a technician or an agent, as it is the state government which does so.
"The tender for selecting the agent started during the second week of February and closed on 21st February. The agency will be chosen soon, and  the agency's name will be made public in two-three weeks' time,' the hospital source said.
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Split fears after top GNLF leader suspended

SNS, Kurseong, 23 February 2018: After the dominant party in the Hills, the Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha, broke into two factions over last year's Gorkhaland agitation, another major player in Hill politics, the Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF) now stares at a possible split.
The split possibilities have grown after active GNLF leader and spokesperson of the Kurseong party unit, Daya Dewan, was suspended from the party by the GNLF Kurseong branch.
Talking to reporters here today, Mr Dewan said that he had recently made a statement in Mirik, saying that the Hill Area Development Committee (HADC, given by the state government) was not good for the GNLF and that it is instead an obstacle to the demand for the Sixth Schedule status as per the Indian Constitution for Darjeeling Hills.
" I had also requested my party chief, Mr Mann Ghising, to leave the HADC as all supporters or members had joined the party and supported it for the Sixth Schedule Status and not the HADC," Mr Dewan said. He further claimed that whatever he had said were his personal opinion and not the party's views.
However, the statements didnot go down well with the party's Kurseong branch president Nima Lama, who "expelled" him from the party for three months.
"I have not contacted the central party leadership regarding the suspension, but I have faith on my senior and central leadership. I will willingly accept whatever decision they take," Mr Dewan said. Mr Dewan further claimed that several senior GNLF leaders and central
committee members have agreed that the HADC was not good for the GNLF. Asked if the HADC has broken the party into two groups, Mr Dewan said he has also "been getting the same kind of indication as there are several leaders and activists in the GNLF who are against the HADC."
The GNLF Kurseong branch president, Mr Lama had announced the suspension of Mr Dewan in a press statement.
GNLF Spokesperson Neeraj Zimba said the party's branches can take such decisions and that the central leaders cannot "sideline" the branches. "However, keeping in mind Mr Dewan's contribution to the party over the years, we will certainly discuss the matter and see what can be done, but Mr Dewan has to first approach us," Mr Zimba said.
After the Hill unrest last year that ended in September, with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee elevating rebel GJMM leader Binoy Tamang to the post of the chairman of the Board of administrators for the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration the CM also formed the separate HADC under the chairmanship of GNLF chief Mann Ghisingh. The state government said that the supplementary body would supervise progress work in specific sectors in the Hills. "The committee shall work in such areas/subjects as the state government may assign to them from time to time," a notification issued by the state government's Home and Hill Affairs Department had said in November last year.
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CM airport honour

Instrument Landing System (ILS) is a standard International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) precision landing aid 
TT, Siliguri: For the first time in the history, the Bagdogra airport on Friday crossed the two-million mark in terms of the number of passengers who have moved through the airport in a fiscal.

For Bagdogra, the two-millionth passenger was chief minister Mamata Banerjee, who headed for Calcutta from here, after finishing her trip to some of the north Bengal districts.

Rakesh Sahay, the airport director, handed over a memento to the chief minister, recognising her as the "two millionth passenger at Bagdogra airport for FY2017-18" on behalf of the Airport Authority of India (AAI).

"It is indeed a great day for us. The airport has finally crossed the two-million mark in the current financial year. If the current trend continues, we expect the final figures (till March 31), will be over 21 lakhs or so. Also, it was nice to have the chief minister as the two-millionth passenger," said Sahay.

He also had a brief talk with Mamata during which he informed her about the Instrumental Landing System (ILS), to be commissioned from March 29.

"We thanked her for the state's support in installing ILS at the airport. She also observed that once the system starts functioning, the number of flights would go up in Bagdogra," said Sahay.
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Tenders for Gajoldoba tour plan

The Teesta Barrage at Gajoldoba. File picture
AVIJIT SINHA, TT,  Feb 23, 2018, Siliguri: The Bengal tourism department has floated tenders to introduce eco-friendly recreational activities at "Bhorer Alo," the mega tourism hub coming up at Gajoldoba near the Teesta Barrage.

Sources said in the tenders, NGOs had been asked to prepare a comprehensive plan to establish the facilities.

"A number of new infrastructure facilities would be set up under the project, ranging from plush resorts to a hospitality institute. But simultaneously, there has to be some recreational activities for tourists visiting the location and staying there. That is why we have identified some of the potential activities which can be carried out on the site for entertainment and without disturbing the biodiversity," a source said.

The facilities planned include boating in the Teesta and along the Teesta-Mahananda link canal that originates from the barrage and heads towards Fulbari (on the southern end of Siliguri), cycling through the adjoining Saraswatipur tea estate, walking trail in the hub and in its surrounding areas, angling in artificial trench and bird watching at Pakhi Bitan, a bird sanctuary in the area.

Gajoldoba is around 30km from Siliguri.

So far, around three companies have taken land on the site to build resorts. The tourism department is also planning some infrastructure on the site on its own.

"Our department and the state government as a whole are giving impetus to the project as it is the largest tourism plan in the state. All basic infrastructure are ready," said tourism minister Gautam Deb.

That the state is focussing on the site was evident as recently, a delegation of Indian and foreign tour operators were brought to the site and apprised of the project.

The department wants NGOs, which are expert in conducting such activities, to be assigned with the task of preparing a comprehensive plan to run such facilities and explore options to engage local youths.

"All such activities can be conducted throughout the year. These would be added attractions for tourists visiting 'Bhorer Alo' and can increase the footfall of tourists without disturbing the natural ecosystem," said an official.

The department has also planned a road that would connect it with the Bengal Safari Park, located off NH31, and on Siliguri outskirts.
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Interim tea hike accepted

BREW RELIEF
Vivek Chhetri Feb 24, 2018, Darjeeling: The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha's trade union has decided to accept an interim hike of Rs 17.50 in the worker's daily wage but a sour note has been stuck with the body stating that gardens would be allowed to dispatch their first flush as and when they clear the bonus dues.

Bharat Thakuri, the general secretary of the Darjeeling Terai Dooars Plantation Labour Union, said: "Since this is an interim hike, we will accept this it. However, negotiations for minimum wages will continue."

The state government has fixed a meeting in Calcutta on March 12 to discuss the minimum wage for tea garden workers.

During a meeting in Siliguri on Thursday, the state government has directed the hill tea garden management to provide an interim hike of Rs 17.50 from 1 April 2018 onwards and clear the bonus dues by March 10.

The hill gardens had agreed to pay bonus at the rate of 19.75 per cent of a worker's annual earning but most gardens have cleared only 50 per cent of the bonus citing the three-month strife in the hills.

The Morcha and the GNLF had earlier threatened to stop the dispatch of first flush tea from March 1 if the bonus was not cleared.

Balaram Tamang, the general secretary of the Darjeeling subdivision committee of the Morcha's trade union, said: "As far as dispatch is concerned, we will allow the gardens to send their consignment as and when the respective gardens clear their bonus."

Sandeep Mukherjee, the principal advisor to the Darjeeling Tea Association (DTA), however, cried foul at the union's decision. "The state government has asked us to clear the bonus by March 10. This means we should be allowed to dispatch our products till March 10 so that we can generate funds that will help us clear the bonus," said Mukherjee.

"Such a decision by the union goes again the spirit of the agreement and the direction of the state government and will also unnecessarily precipitate a situation in the gardens," said Mukherjee.

Plucking of first flush leaves has only just started in the lower elevation gardens.

Tamang, however, said: "The earlier the gardens start paying the better it will be good for all. This way, gardens that pay will not be burdened unnecessarily."

Regarding the interim hike, Mukherjee said they will have to pay as it is a directive from the state government.
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'Instigation' scan in Mamata breach

Police officers visit the ground at Hemtabad on Friday as part of the probe into the chief minister’s security breach. Picture by Kousik Sen 
KOUSIK SEN, TT, Feb 23, 2018, Raiganj: Sisters Rabia and Amira Khatun may have breached the security of chief minister Mamata Banerjee at a public meeting in Raiganj on Thursday at the "instigation of some person or organisation", senior officials have said.

"They crossed (the cordons) with such dexterity that most security personnel did not notice. It is unusual. We are trying to find out whether they were trained. There is strong suspicion that both had resorted to the act at the instigation of some person or organisation," an official said.

While Rabia managed to dodge the guards to reach to the podium and fall at Mamata's feet while she was delivering her speech, Amira, the elder of the siblings, was intercepted near a ramp leading to the stage.

The residents of Karandighi in North Dinajpur - of which Raiganj is the district headquarters - had claimed they wanted to meet the chief minister to appeal for "exemplary punishment" in the murder case of their father who was killed over a land dispute three years ago.


The security breach had annoyed the chief minister and prompted two separate inquiries, one by the state police chief and the other by the director (security) who oversees the chief minister's cover.

On Friday, officers said the sisters had lied to them initially. "They had said they had been to Malda where the chief minister attended a similar public meeting on February 20 but could not make it to the dais. But we have checked CCTV footage of the meeting and also the locations of their (sisters') cellphones. They did not go to Malda that day. We need to know why they made such false statements," said a police source.

Footage from the Raiganj meeting show the sisters sitting at different places in the audience around 100 metres from the dais. Large sound boxes were placed in the audience so that the chief minister could be heard clearly. The duo used the cover of these sound boxes and managed to scale five barricades - each five feet high - to reach near the stage.

The investigators are wondering whether the sisters' sole intention was to appeal to the chief minister, particularly on an issue pending with the judiciary.

A police team visited the venue on Friday and recorded the statements of the cops who were on duty on Thursday. "We are in the process of collecting information," said Shyam Singh, the police chief of North Dinajpur.

Trinamul leaders, too, suspect the sisters did not act on their own. "We are trying to collect information. It seems some organisation had engaged the two women with some purpose," said Amal Acharya, the North Dinajpur Trinamul chief.

The sisters are at the Raiganj district hospital where they had been admitted after Thursday's commotion and jostling. They have been kept in separate rooms and are being quizzed by police officers. "We are checking their call records to find out whom they had spoken with ahead of the meeting and in the past few days," said an officer.
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Ha, ha, ha, Rs 11,400cr scam in 73 words. All clear? Mitron, read the kid's face

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Hadrien Trudeau, the youngest child of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, during a  ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Friday. Pictures by Prem Singh 
TT: Even 50 Nirav Modis cannot spoil the image of Narendra Modi because of his strong credibility, Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis declared on Friday.
By then, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had proved he’s made of stuff sterner than 50 NiMos. Prime Minister Modi uttered a princely 73 words to explain a scam that allegedly cost the taxpayers Rs 11,400 crore.
The following is what the Prime Minister told a business summit in New Delhi on Friday night, apparently “breaking” his nine-day silence on the biggest banking scam in the country: “An appeal that I also want to make is that in different financial institutions, people responsible for upholding rules and ethics should discharge their duties with full sincerity.
Especially those who are responsible for oversight and monitoring. I want to make it clear that this government is taking, will continue to take and will take strict action against irregularities related to financial issues. This system will not accept irregular appropriation of people’s money.”
Fadnavis put NaMo above 50 NiMos while alleging in Mumbai that the UPA government, four to five days before demitting office, had signed some documents to enable the banking scam.
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सिटी स्क्यान र एमआरआई सञ्चालन गर्नुपर्ने माग ...... करोडौँको सम्पत्ति कुहाउनु पाउँदैन – लोप्साङ तामाङ

डी.के.वाइबा, कालिमन्युज, कालेबुङ, 23 फरवरी।   कालेबुङ अस्पतालमा सरकारले करोडौँ रूपियाँ खर्च गरेर तयार पारेको सिटी स्क्यान अनि एमआरआई युनिट झट्ट सञ्चालनमा ल्याउनुपर्ने गोर्खा राष्ट्रिय मुक्ति मोर्चाले माग गरेको छ। जनतालाई सुविधा प्रदान गर्नका निम्ति सरकारले करोडौँ खर्च गरेर निर्माण गरेको सिटि स्क्यान अनि एमआरआई युनिट सञ्चानलको माग गर्दै गोरामुमोले आज कालेबुङ शहरमा पोष्टरिङ समेत गरेको छ। ‘करोडौँ रूपियाँमा ल्याएको सिटी स्क्यान अनि एमआरआई मेसिन कुहाउन पाउँदैन’ भन्दै गोरामुमोले पोष्टरमा लेखेको छ।

नेशनल हेल्थ मिसनद्वारा कालेबुङ जिल्ला अस्पतालमा 12 करोडभन्दा अधिक धनराशी खर्च गरेर स्थापित गरेको डिजिटल एक्स-रे, सिटी स्क्यान अनि एमआरआई युनिट पूर्णरूपले सञ्चालनमा आए कालेबुङ जिल्लाका 2 लाख 50 हजार भन्दा धेर मानिसहरू लाभान्वित हुनेछन्। लगभग वर्षदिन अघि नै तयार पारिएको उक्त सिटी स्क्यान अनि एमआरआई युनिट भने आजसम्म सञ्चालनमा आएको छैन। जसको कारण सरकारले करोडौँ रूपिया खर्च गरेर स्थापित गरेको संसाधनको उपभोग जनताले गर्न पाएका छैनन्। पब्लिक प्राइभेट पाटनरसिपमा निर्मित उक्त एमआरआई मसिनलाई जीवन्त राख्नका निम्ति हिलियम ग्यासको आवश्यक पर्दछ। जुन हिलियम ग्यास एमआरआई मसिन सञ्चानल हुन अघिनै विभागले 30 लाख भन्दा अधिक खर्च गरेर भर्ने कार्य गरेको छ। जुन ग्यास अहिले पुन: समाप्ति हुन लागेको कारण पुन: विभागले 30 लाख भन्दा अधिक खर्च गरेर हिलियम ग्यास भर्नपर्ने अवस्था आइपरेको विशेष सुत्रले जानकारी दिएका छन्।

जनताका सुविधाको निम्ति 12 करोड भन्दा अधिक खर्च गरेर केन्द्र सरकारको नेशनल हेल्थ मिसन मार्फत् निर्मित उक्त सिटी स्क्यान अनि एमआरआई युनिटको आजसम्म सञ्चालनमा  नआएपछि आखिरमा गोरामुमो पार्टीले पोस्टरिङ गरेको हो। यस सम्बन्धमा गोरामुमो कालेबुङ जिल्ला समितिका सचिव लोप्साङ लामाले  पत्रकारहरुउसँग बोल्दै करोडौँ रूपियाँ खर्च गरेर स्थापित गरेर संसाधन जनताको निम्ति प्रयोगमा ल्याउनुपर्ने माग गरेका छन्। ‘करोडौँ खर्च गरेर ल्याइएको मसिनहरू कुहाउने कार्य गर्नुहुँदैन’ लोप्साङ तामाङले भने। ‘जनतालाई सुविधा दिनका निम्ति सिटी स्क्यान र एमआरआई मसिन जडान गरिए पनि त्यसको उपभोग जनताले गर्न पाएका छैनन्। यसकारण गोरामुमो पार्टीले जनतालाई सुविधा दिने कार्य झट्टै सञ्चालन गर्नुपर्छ भन्ने माग गर्दछौँ’ लोप्साङ तामाङले अझ भने।

यता उक्त मसिन सञ्चालन गर्नका निम्ति राज्य सरकारले अघिबाटै टेन्डर गरेपनि पहिलो टेन्डर भएपछि पहाडमा आन्दोलन भएको कारण टेन्डर गर्ने कम्पनी फर्केको सुत्रले जानकारी दिएको छ। यद्यपी हालमा पुन: राज्य सरकारले मसिन सञ्चालनको निम्ति टेण्डरको कार्य गरिसकेको अनि अब सञ्चालन गर्ने कम्पनीको चयनपछि उक्त मसिनहरू झट्टै प्रयोगमा आउने अस्पताल सुत्रले जानकारी दिएको छ।
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