The Minister along with the officials and public representatives inspected the site proposed for the college along with the national highway (NH) here on Thursday
Mahabubabad: The State government is trying to provide quality health services to the poor on par with corporate hospitals by improving the facilities in government hospitals besides setting up new medical colleges in the State, said Minister for Tribal, Women and Child Welfare Satyavathi Rathod here on Thursday.
With the State government’s decision to set up a medical college along with nursing college, the Minister along with the officials and public representatives inspected the site proposed for the college along with the national highway (NH) here. “With the blessings of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, the Mahabubabad town is all set to become the medical hub,” she said and added that as many as 48 acres of the land was identified in survey no: 551 in the town.
Later, she also inspected the construction works of the collectorate complex on the Kuravi road in the town and directed the officials to speed up the works and finish the works at the earliest. The collectorate complex is being constructed at the cost of Rs 60 crore. MP Maloth Kavitha, MLA Shankar Naik, Collector VP Gautham and others accompanied the minister.
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