Jammu - Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation Raman Bhalla today inaugurated newly constructed Gynecology block at Swami Vivekananda Medical Mission hospital at Ambphalla.
Minister also laid foundation stone of multipurpose community hall. Bhalla said that the hall would be constructed over an area of 3771.75 sq ft area, which would have all modern facilities.
He said stipulated to be completed in March 2013, on its completion the people of the area could arrange their social as well as religious functions on minimal fee.
The Minister said that the Government has sanctioned Rs. 9 crore for the construction of multipurpose community halls at Barzalla, Bahufort, Shanker Colony, Channi Himmat, Raipur Satwari, Preet Nagar and Gangyal.
He said there was no constraint of funds for providing all basic amenities to the people residing in three regions of the State.
Listing the developmental activities taken up in Gangyal, the Minister said Rs. 3.5 crore have been sanctioned for digging a new 25000 gallon deep drill tube well near Governmentt Rajiv Gandhi Hospital including laying of water supply pipes in water deficit areas of Babliana, Gangyal and Dashmash Nagar.
To ease the rush in GMC, Gandhi Nagar, SMGS hospitals, Mr. Bhalla said government has prepared a plan involving Rs. 48 crore for construction of 100-beded hospital in the premises of the Govt. Rajiv Gandhi hospital.
He said the Government was keen to develop latest medicare facilities in all the peripheral and rural areas in each districts which will save the people from going to capital cities for treatment and also relieve rush on the referral hospitals.
He said health is the top most priority sector of the Government and will continue to receive the focused attention of the Government.
Bhalla said that Central Government has already sanctioned one Unani College for Srinagar and one Ayurvedic College for Jammu and work on these projects is apace.
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