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Jamshedpur, May 11: In a letter to the East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner, Jamshedpur East MLA Saryu Roy mentioned that he had provided funds for various projects through his legislative funds and sought an update on their latest status.
Roy, in his letter informed the DC that on November 27, 2018, he had provided an ambulance under the National Urban Health Mission. In addition, on December 24, 2018, he had arranged for three bike ambulances for use at National Urban Health Mission health centres and nearby areas for provision of emergency treatment facilities to patients. The legislator mentioned in his letter that on January 28, 2019, he had allotted funds for distribution of sanitary napkins, medicines, folic acid, iron tablets and other commonly required medical needs of women from weak financial backgrounds in slum dwellings. He had also arranged for two e-rickshaws and posting of two LMP medics.
Roy stated that on December 25, 2018, he had provided two motorcycles with two thermal fogging machines each to be used by Mango Municipal Corporation and the other by Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee. He suggested that the same could be put to use for sanitization purposes during the prevailing COVID period.
Jamshedpur East legislator Saryu Roy urged in his letter to the DC to provide an update on the medical facilities that had been provided from his legislative fund during the period 2018-’19. The facilities provided included an ambulance, bike ambulances, bike fogging machines and e-rickshaw and Roy wrote, “You will agree that the use and maintenance of the above noted sanctions fall under the realms of government departments concerned,” and added, “You are requested to provide me an update on their condition and to what use they are being put to at present.”