• Post-mortem reports to be filled within 72 hours: Assam CM Sarma


    Guwahati: Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma laid stress on filing post-mortem reports within 72 hours, besides better coordination between DC, SP, and Joint Director of Health Services.

    Inquiries often experience delay as the filing of post-mortem reports take four days or longer. 

    Sarma further ordered officials to apply relevant sections of IPC or Cr.PC against every FIR and apply non-bailable Sections in heinous violations, besides filing charge-sheet within three months.

    The Chief Minister held a meeting with the police officers of Sivasagar and Charaideo districts at Sivasagar and took stock of the law-and-order situation of the two districts.

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    Later the Chief Minister visited Swargadeo Siu-Ka-Pha Multi-specialty Hospital at Rajabari in Sivasagar district and inaugurated an Oxygen PSA Plant, an ONGC CSR initiative at the hospital. 

    The Chief Minister further inaugurated a special scheme of the hospital "Siu-ka-pha Sanjeevani" throughout the program. Under this scheme, the hospital will hold 100 Oxygen Concentrators convenient for patients having post-Covid complexities.

    Further, the Chief Minister directed the officials to organize a conference to review crimes in districts every month.

    He additionally instructed officials to assure the convenient disposal of PVR and passport verification records.

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