Sirmour News : Health Minister Dhaniram Shandil has said that the process of filling 700 posts of nurses is going on to strengthen the health institutions of the state. Ninety-seven of these posts have been filled recently.
He said that there is a shortage of about 200 specialist doctors in the state and these posts would be filled in a phased manner. The Health Minister informed that a model hospital is being set up in each assembly constituency to provide better health facilities to the people.
He made it clear that the present government believes in strengthening the already existing institutions instead of opening new ones. Meanwhile, Dhaniram Shandil has called NCC necessary for all children to inculcate discipline and patriotism.
While presiding over the bilingual function of united veteran association at Sarahah in Sirmour district, he appreciated the efforts of ex-servicemen in the field of social service.
He said that there are many soldiers in the united veteran association who participated in the 1965, 1962 and 1971 wars. He said that although the outcome of war is never good, we must prepare for it at all times. Is.
On this occasion, the Health Minister also released a book on the religious places of Sarah written by Sanjay Rajan, the president of the association. He inspected Sarah Civil Hospital and urged the doctors and staff of the hospital to serve humanity with dedication. He pointed out the shortcomings of the hospital. also instructed to remove.
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