Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao has decided to construct two new hospitals in Hyderabad.
The Chief Minister has directed the officials to search for suitable locations. The decision was taken during a review meeting which was convened by the Chief Minister to discuss the performance of different departments and regularisation of services.
KCR said presently there were three major hospitals including Osmania, Gandhi and King Kothi Hospitals. On similar lines, two more hospitals will be constructed which would have corporate-level facilities. He said funds would be allocated for proposed hospitals in the ensuing budget. He also directed the officials to establish a super speciality hospital for the coal workers.
The Chief Minister directed the officials to start working on their annual budgets in view of Budet Session next month.(INN)