Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao has stressed on establishment of night shelters for the attendants of patients in both government and private hospitals in Hyderabad.
The Chief Minister said night shelters have been established at Basavatarakam Indo American Cancer Hospital & Research Institute and other hospitals in the city. He said more number of night shelters would be established soon in collaboration with the hospital managements.
KCR expressed these views while interacting with Basavatarakam Cancer Hospital Trust Chairman and cine actor Balakrishna when the latter called on him at his camp office on Monday. Balakrishna briefed the Chief Minister on the facilities being extended to the patients and their attendants at the cancer hospital. KCR has agreed to regularise the structures constructed in the hospital for the convenience of patients.
Meanwhile, Balakrishna also urged KCR to watch his 99th film “Dictator”. Agreeing to do so, KCR enquired when his 100th film would be released. Balarkrishna informed that he would be introducing his son in his 100th film. They had a prolonged discussion on film shooting and NTR movies. KCR reportedly told Balarkrishna that he was a great fan of NTR and watched all his movies. (INN)