Identify land for Mohalla clinic, CM tells Narela MLA
Acting on the demands of residents, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday asked Narela MLA Sharad Chauhan to identify land for an upcoming Mohalla clinic at Rohini Sector-27 area and initiate necessary action.
Kejriwal visited the area to review development work on Thursday, accompanied by senior government officials and Chauhan.
"Some residents met me recently and demanded a government school, Mohalla clinics and complained about some problems in the water pipeline. I have discussed them with my officers and have come back to you.
"I have come today with the chief engineer, the map for the school has been passed and the construction will start in six months. It will take one and a half year for the school to be completed. I have asked your MLA to identify land for Mohalla clinic. If required, we will construct two-three Mohalla clinics looking at the population of the area. Once the land is identified, it will take 3-4 months to complete the clinics," said Kejriwal on the occasion.
The Chief Minister also assured residents of the area to have the water pipeline problem rectified at the earliest.
Addressing the gathered audience at the programme, Kejriwal also said: "In case of any problem, you can meet your MLA. You can also come to me. My doors are always open for you. Come and meet me at my residence from Monday to Friday between 10 am to 11 am without any appointment. I will be happy to meet and have a cup of tea with you."
The CM also walked through bylanes of Narela, talking to some the people and taking stock of the works being done in the area.