Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that effective doctor-patient communication is needed and doctors and nurses should console the relatives of the patients while treating the sick persons. This was stated by him at the inaugural function of Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences (JNIDS) at the Auditorium of JNIMS on Monday.
Speaking as Chief Guest of the function, he said that apart from the medications to treat the patients, positive words could heal the sick people. The doctors and paramedical staffs have great talents, skill and innovative ideas and are being respected across the country for their professional expertise, he added.
Singh appealed the people of the State to take a common pledge to do something good for the future generation. The government would warmly welcome the advice or suggestion from the people so that the new government could deliver good governance to the people. He further expressed that money is worth nothing if we don’t have peace and prosperity in the State.
Chief Minister urged that a collective responsibility is needed for the betterment of society rather blaming or criticising on other’s work. He further mentioned that after the rainy season, the government would give top priority for blacktopping the existing roads and repairing of roads in the state.