Gousia hospital yet to start central heating
Sagar tours Shahr-e-Khaas
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 15: The Minister for Rural Development, Law and Parliamentary Affairs and Panchayats, Ali Muhammad Sagar, on Sunday visited several Shahr-e-Khaas areas including Government Gousia Hospital, Khanyar and JLNM Hospital, Rainawari to take stock of the medicare facilities, an official handout said.
“The Minister directed the Gousia Hospital management to start heating system immediately in view of cold wave in the Valley,” it added.
The Minister also visited various wards and enquired the welfare of indoor patients and medicare facilities being made available to them.
Sagar instructed the Director Health Services, Kashmir to ensure punctuality of the staff including doctors in the hospitals functioning under him.
He also directed the Director Health Services to initiate action under rules against two officials found absent as per the roaster.
The Minister at JLNM Hospital inspected various wards including X-Ray and Casualty units.
Later, he visited Rainawari Power Receiving Station completed at a cost of Rs. 2.25 crore. He also inspected the work going apace on the play ground at Rainawari being developed at a cost of Rs. 30 lakh.
He directed the concerned agency to complete the work within schedule time.
The Minister also discussed supply and stock position of essential commodities with the authorities of CA&PD.
“The Minister was told that the stock of food grains is adequately available and will last upto December 2009,” the handout said.
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