Telangana Govt Will Establish Medical Colleges In Karimnagar And Khammam: Harish Rao
Siddipet/Hyderabad: Coming down heavily on the BJP led Central government for not sanctioning medical colleges for Karimnagar and Khammam districts, Minister for Medical, Health and Family Welfare, T. Harish Rao said that the Telangana government would establish government medical colleges in the two districts this year with state funds.
Speaking to press persons at Gajwel, today, Harish Rao said that the people of Karimnagar and Khammam would teach a fitting lesson to the BJp for failing to sanction medical colleges. Due to the union government’s discrimination, Telangana was now losing nursing colleges as well, he pointed out.
He also found fault with Union finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for covering up BJP government failures and presenting the Telangana government in a bad light. The Union Finance Minister during a program in the city on Thursday had commented that Telangana’s debts were rising considerably. (Maxim News)
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