Mahabubabad: Minister for Tribal, Women and Child Welfare, Satyavathi Rathod, on Saturday directed the officials concerned to complete the construction of the additional blocks at the Mahabubabad government area hospital by November since the hospital was upgraded into a 300-bed hospital in view of the sanctioning of a government medical college for the district.
She along with local MLA B Shankar Naik and other officials inspected the ongoing works at the area hospital on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that a 300-bed facility should be available at the hospital by the time of inspection by a team of officials from the National Medical Commission (NMC) that accords permission to start the medical college. Later, she also inspected the construction of the integrated collectorate complex in 22 acres here and asked the officials to complete the works in two months.
“The staff quarters should also be built on the same premises. You should also take steps to relocate the high tension power lines which are passing through the campus,” she told the officials. Addressing a review meeting on the re-opening of the educational intuitions, Satyavathi Rathod instructed them to sanitise the premises of the institutions carefully. “All the 1,207 schools in the district should be re-opened on September 1. Action will be taken if any school is not opened or any teacher is absent on that day.” she warned.
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