Will Sanction a Super Speciality Hospital to Jagtial Medical College: Assures K Kavitha

The Chief Minister has fulfilled the long standing dream of local people by sanctioning a medical college, she said after inspecting the construction works of double bedroom houses.

Jagtial, June 1: MLC K Kavitha has assured to sanction a super specialty hospital at the proposed medical college in the district and promised to discuss the issue with the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

The Chief Minister has fulfilled the long standing dream of local people by sanctioning a medical college, she said after inspecting the construction works of double bedroom houses at Nukapalli urban housing colony in Malyal mandal on Tuesday. A total of 4,520 double bedroom houses with an estimated cost of Rs 212 crore have been constructed in Nukapalli.

Later, speaking to reporters, the MLC said CM KCR was fulfilling all promises made to the people of the district. As promised to people, Chief Minister made Jagitial as district as well as sanctioned medical college.

In order to fulfill the dream of owning a permanent house, Chandrashekhar Rao launched the double bedroom housing scheme programme. After Hyderabad, the highest number of 4,520 double bedroom houses were sanctioned to Jagitial.

The Chief Minister would be happy if he saw the construction of houses in Jagitial and people were watching the difference between double bedroom houses being constructed by the TRS government as well as other houses constructed during the previous governments’ regimes, she said.

Jagitial MLA Dr Sanjay Kumar was regularly reviewing the progress of houses and taking steps to complete construction works as early as possible. Kavitha has informed to allocate houses to beneficiaries by completing all works by June next year. She assured to extend her support for the development of Jagitial. MLAs Dr Sanjay Kumar, and Sunke Ravishankar (Choppadandi), Jagitial Municipal Chairperson Boga Sravani, District Collector G Ravi and others were present.

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