AAPSU urges govt to look into TRSH employees concern

ITANAGAR, Apr 4: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) while talking about the fate of 487 employees in Tomo Riba State Hospital (TRSH) and their apprehensions with the coming up of Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Science (TRIHMS), has urged state government to seriously introspect.
The union has termed the concern raised by employees as genuine and not without merits. In the euphoria of getting a new institute of “Health and Medical Science” in the state, the AAPSU opined that people must not forget the sacrifices and hardship 487 Arunachal Government staff which includes among others 105 Doctors and 382 staff Nurses, technical and non-technical staff have put into nurturing the lone state referral Hospital and the services they have provided to the needy public.
The AAPSU also stated that state government should work out a middle path whereby the coming up of the new Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical (TRIHMS) is not hampered and at the same time Tomo Riba State Hospital (TRSH) retain its status. The pain and agony of the 487 employees of the lone State Referral Hospital needs to be looked into, said AAPSU.
Meanwhile the union strongly condemned the recent incident of threat and intimidation to Changlang Zilla Parishad Chairperson Jowkhong Singpho by one NSCN (IM) cadre Damthing Tangkhul.
The massive protest by denizens of Miao, Bordumsa comprising people from all walks of life recently on the issue amply reflects the penned up anger of common public against the atrocities they have been enduring for long in silence by different outfits from outside the state. The state government and MHA need to protect the life and liberty of the people, stated AAPSU.