Imphal: Manipur Health and Family Welfare minister Dr. S. Ranjan Singh has said Caesarean Delivery has become a concern in the state since there is data of high cases of delivery through Caesarean Section in the state of Manipur.
The minister was speaking at the FOGSI East Zonal Council with YUVA, 2023 held at jubilee hall, RIMS, Lamphelpat, here, on Saturday.
He said according to the World Health Organization (WHO) report 10 percent to 15 percent of the delivery cases worldwide are done through Caesarean Section. But the percentage is high in India in comparison to the WHO report. It is higher in Manipur. “We need to find out a solution to it.”
Every country has a feature to be unique and different. India has also its unique human resources and talents. “We have dedicated doctors, engineers and nurses for whom we may be proud of.” The state of Manipur is also equipped with full of features which are unique in nature. Guests and visitors in the state will be pleased to know the rich culture and tradition of the state, he said.
India has been recognized in terms of its different capacities under the abled leaderships of the country. The country is now at a right track to its progress. Global recognition of ‘our’ leaders are gaining momentum. The state government is working hard to improve the Health sector at its level best, he added.
Dr. Hrishikesh D. Pai, President FOGSI, Dr. Madhuri Patel, secretary general, FOGSI, Prof. (Dr) G. Sunilkumar Sharma, director, RIMS and Dr. Alka Pandey, vice-president East Zone, FOGSI, Dr. N. Subodha Singh, Dr. Rk. Praneshwori, Dr. K. Pratima, Dr. Digen, zenior Gynecologists, delegates from across the country and others also attended the occasion.
A Souvenir was also released in connection with the inaugural event.