Super Specialty Hospital at Gaddi Annaram Market soon: CM KCR
Hyderabad, Oct.7 (Maxim News): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today informed the Assembly that Gaddi Annaram Fruit Market place near Kothapet in the city would be developed into a super specialty hospital to cater to health needs and provide the space at Bata Singaram area for the fruit market on the outskirts.
After a discussion on the Palle Pragathi and Pattana Pragathi in the Assembly, the leader of the house he reiterated that the government is committed for all round development. The Chief Minister agreed to conduct an inquiry into the encroachment of Wakf Lands.
KCR informed the house that he will order a CBCID probe into the alleged grabbing of Wakf Board lands in the city and the state.
We will protect the lands and use the same for the development of Muslim community by spending funds, he assured.
The government is keen on protecting the encroached lands of Wakf and Endowment lands and use for development, he said.
Referring to the previous promise of health facilities after corona pandemic, the CM said that the government would construct four new super specialty hospitals in the city on four sides.
KCR further said that the new hospitals will be built to have about 6000 beds to 8000 beds capacity with oxygen and multi specialties to cater to growing needs of the people in the twin cities.
The Chief Minister asserted that the city outskirts would be developed with all facilities. For this, KCR said, we plan to spend a whopping Rs 1200 cr to provide basic facilities and infrastructure.
Spending Rs 5378 crore for potable water in villages, we allocate 10 percent of budget for greenery and would involve the members and officials with people for a conducive environment he said. The villages were deprived of development during past governments and we spend adequate funds for them now he said.
The Chief Minister took exception to the opposition parties for making false charges that there is no development in the villages and towns and Hyderabad city. Once I said that why water logging is seen often during rainy season at the CM office, Raj Bhavan and Assembly in the city, he said.
The officials later came up with a report that about Rs 15000 crore would require to address nalas and sewage lines and fine-tune the roads as there are many encroachments. With priority we will take up the works and municipal wing is getting ready on that he said.
He informed that on the lines of 350 Basti Dawakhanas in the city the government would soon launch “Village Dawakhanas”.
The officials prepared the guidelines they would be launched soon, KCR announced applause. There is a need for improving health facilities and infrastructure and we are on that job, the CM informed.
Despite opposition comments the government would not stall development programs and ensure more facilities and infrastructure in rural areas. (Maxim News)
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