Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, April 18
Haryana Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment OP Yadav inaugurated the construction works of the new building of Civil Hospital, Narnaul, being upgraded from 100 to 200 beds.
An amount of Rs 24.48 crore will be spent on its construction.
He said it would take about two years to construct this seven-storeyed building along with the basement. The total covered area of the building will be 1,61,018 square feet. After the construction of the entire building, not only the people from Mahendragarh district but also residents of the adjoining districts will be provided excellent health facilities. All modern equipment and facilities will be provided in this building.
Yadav said the state government was committed to providing better health facilities to the citizens of the district. At present, the hospital has a capacity of 100 beds. Due to insufficient bed capacity, the staff working there and the patients coming for treatment were facing great difficulties because of which he had placed a request to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, that had now been fulfilled. Yadav claimed that after the BJP came to power in 2014, the wheel of development had been running continuously in the Narnaul constituency and would continue in future as well.