Former Tripura Health Minister alleges weak condition of health sector in Tripura
Former Tripura Health Minister and BJP MLA Sudip Roy Barman addressed a press conference at the Agartala Press Club to discuss the current state of Covid-19 in the state and various other issues. If the trend of death continues in the state, 650 people could die in Agartala Purnigam area alone by next December. The MLA is of the view that there is a need for a separate health minister in the state at the moment. He further said that it is not possible for the chief minister to run 28 offices in any way.
In August, he sent an SMS but did not get a reply. He waited for a reply, but did not come. On August 30, MLA Sudip Roy Barman called the Chief Minister However, the phone was not picked up on behalf of the Chief Minister. As a result, MLA Sudip Roy Barman could not tell the Chief Minister about the advice, speech and how to provide services to the people. He spoke about the service, not as a MLA, but as a citizen of the state, said MLA Sudip Roy Barman. Ray Burman said that most of the X-Ray machine is broken in hospitals of Tripura which is a very concerning thing for the state.
Report by Bikram Karmakar, Special Correspondent Tripura