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Himanta inspects Dhubri Medical College works

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DHUBRI, March 26 - Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today visited the site of the Dhubri Medical College and Hospital and took stock of the ongoing construction works.

The minister instructed the administrative officials and the contractors concerned to work according to the schedule without any delay. He also instructed them not to disturb the routine and the operations conducted at the Dhubri civil hospital due to the project.

Sarma asked the administration to stop collecting parking fees from vehicle owners. It may be mentioned here that the administration has leased the hospital premises to a private party to collect parking fees.

Later, the minister also visited Bilasipara to inaugurate the newly-constructed town committee building constructed at a cost of Rs 24 lakh. He also launched the digital classroom of Bilasipara College named after Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, and promised the college a fund of Rs 2 crore.

Sarma also participated in a cultural programme organised by Sankardev Sishu Niketan at Bilasipara. The Government will make available at least one Sanskrit teacher to every school, the minister said there.

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Himanta inspects Dhubri Medical College works

DHUBRI, March 26 - Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today visited the site of the Dhubri Medical College and Hospital and took stock of the ongoing construction works.

The minister instructed the administrative officials and the contractors concerned to work according to the schedule without any delay. He also instructed them not to disturb the routine and the operations conducted at the Dhubri civil hospital due to the project.

Sarma asked the administration to stop collecting parking fees from vehicle owners. It may be mentioned here that the administration has leased the hospital premises to a private party to collect parking fees.

Later, the minister also visited Bilasipara to inaugurate the newly-constructed town committee building constructed at a cost of Rs 24 lakh. He also launched the digital classroom of Bilasipara College named after Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, and promised the college a fund of Rs 2 crore.

Sarma also participated in a cultural programme organised by Sankardev Sishu Niketan at Bilasipara. The Government will make available at least one Sanskrit teacher to every school, the minister said there.