Health centres to be upgraded in state

DW BUREAU / CHANDIGARH

Haryana Government has decided to upgrade various health centres in the state. Under this, many new posts have also been approved. Finance Minister, Capt. Abhimanyu said that following the proposals of Health Minister, Anil Vij, the Finance Department has approved these proposals with the permission of Chief Minister, Manohar Lal.

While stating this information here today, the Finance Minister said that approval has been given to open Primary Health Centres in village Sarsa of district Kurukshetra, in village Samana Bahu of district Karnal and in village Karamgarh of district Jind. The Chief Minister had made these three announcements. He said that 30 new posts have also been approved for these three centres. Among these, seven posts of Class IV will be filled on contract basis under the Outsourcing Policy Part 1. He said that new buildings will be constructed for three health centres and till then they will be run in temporary buildings.

The Finance Minister said that approval has also been given to open a Sub-Health Centre in village Dhawana of district Rewari has been approved for which three posts have been approved. He said that the Finance Department has also given approval to open Ayurvedic Dispensary in village Nahri of district Sonipat for which five posts have been approved. He said that an Ayurvedic Dispensary has been approved in Jat Dharamsala at Arya Nagar of Sonipat for which six posts have been approved.

Capt Abhimanyu said that under CM announcements, approval has also been given for opening of veterinary hospitals in Kharak Ramji of Jind and Sihri Singleheri and Laharwadi of Nuh. Six posts have been approved for both. A sum of Rs.1.04 crore has been approved for the construction of these buildings, he added.

(editor@dailyworld.in)

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