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Delhi govt to open nine health centres

Delhi government will shortly open nine health centres in various parts of the city and in addition, it will start working for construction of six other health centres for which land has recently been acquired from Gram Sabhas.

Health Minister AK Walia said that government has requested DDA to provide land for construction of health centres at 24 places across the city.

Walia made these announcements while laying foundation stone of a health centres at Pandav Nagar, opposite Mother Dairy in east Delhi.

Walia informed that the health centres at Pandav Nagar will be constructed within a record period five months.

It will start functioning soon thereafter benefiting residents of east Delhi, particularly Pandav Nagar and adjoining colonies.

The centre to be built at a cost of Rs 54 lakh and it will provide OPD consultation, free medicines, basic investigations reproductive child health, immunisation programme and referral services to the government and 42 major private hospitals providing free treatment to poor patients.
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