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Youth federation issues one week deadline to NGO

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NONGSTOIN: The Nongtre Lyngngam Achik Youth Federation (NLAYF) set a one week deadline for Karuna Trust, the NGO looking after the Maweit PHC, demanding to release the salary of the Doctors and the staff of Maweit PHC.
SK Dewsaw, president of the NLAYF told Pressmen here on Thurday that for five months now the Doctors and staff of Maweit PHC did not get their salaries and are still doing their job without a single penny.
During the inspection by the Union, it was found out that the PHC had a shortage of medicines where some of the villagers had to buy medicines from outside.
Local people also complained that since the NGOs took a contract from the Government even the management had collapsed.
So the NLAYF demanded the Karuna Trust to provide regular salaries to the Doctors and staff of Maweit PHC and following the failure of a ‘concrete response’, the Union would resort to agitation.

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