There is no need to make any demands to the present government: Chief Minister

No demand should be made to the current government. The claim is fulfilled before the claim is made. Claiming is an old habit. Everyone should get out of that habit. The current government is working on the vision of the Prime Minister. The Chief Minister expressed the opinion that the future generation will see where India will go tomorrow. Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha said this at the fifth bi-annual conference of Association of Service Engineers of Tripura on Sunday.

On this day, a blood donation camp was organized at Sukanta Academy Auditorium in the capital on the occasion of the conference of the association. Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha inaugurated the conference and blood donation camp by lighting the lamp. Later, speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha said that there is a subject of engineering in every field. There are a lot of engineers in India today. Still, there seems to be an engineer crisis. There are employment opportunities from that side. Regarding blood donation, he said, blood donation is a big issue. There was a blood crisis in the state during the assembly elections. But after he called for blood donation as Chief Minister, various clubs, social organizations came forward to donate blood. A revival was created in the state to promote blood donation. 1 percent of the blood in proportion to the population of the state should be stored in the blood bank.

Currently, one unit of blood can save four lives. A check of Rs 1 lakh for the Chief Minister's Relief Fund was handed over to the Chief Minister by the Association of Service Engineers of Tripura on this day's occasion. Apart from the Chief Minister, prominent philanthropist Rajeev Bhattacharya, association president Mihir Kanti Gope and others were present on the occasion. The members of the association were present as representatives in the conference.

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