CM Inaugurates Rs 368 Crore Projects in a Boost to Medical Infra

CM Inaugurates Rs 368 Crore Projects in a Boost to Medical Infra

Tamil Nadu Industry Review Team

With an aim of giving a boost to medical infrastructure, Tamil Nadu government has inaugurated new buildings at several medical college hospitals in the state. The chief minister K Palaniswami has laid the foundation stones for new buildings at various medical college hospitals across the state.

He laid the foundation stone for buildings at the Government Kilpauk Medical College Hospital (KMC), Chennai, Government Rajaji Medical College Hospital, Madurai and Coimbatore government medical college hospital at a total cost of Rs 368.2 crore, an official release said.

The event was held via video conference. As part of the initiative, the respective government colleges will get various facilities like hybrid operating theatres for neurology, intensive care units, surgical gastroenterology outpatient units, general and burns ward among other facilities.

The chief minister also inaugurated the buildings constructed at Tiruchendur and Paramakudi Government Hospitals at a cost of Rs 10.92 crore. Further, Palaniswami inaugurated power sub-stations in different parts of the state including Karur, Dharmapuri and Thanjavur and new buildings for seven higher secondary schools in Krishnagiri and Namakkal districts.  

Apart from dedicating new infrastructure under the youth welfare and sports department, he presented cheque for Rs 40 lakh as incentive to K Sagayabharathi (carrom champion) and Rs 5 lakh to chess player D Gukesh.  

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