The Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the Vidisha Vyapar Mahasangh set an example in the society. It is commendable job of members of Mahasangh who came forward to noble cause. Shri Chouhan was addressing a gathering after inaugurating a newly dialysis centre in Vidisha district hospital installed by Vidisha Vyapar Mahasangh to the tune of Rs 35 lakh today.Shri Chouhan further said that the impediments to opening medical college under PPP mode would be removed. Besides medical college, the Chief Minister also felt a need for opening nursing colleges so as to provide jobs to the youths with meeting the requirement of hospitals. The Chief Minister acknowledged the needs for doctors in the state. However, an action has been taken to fill five hundred posts of doctors. An additional allowance of Rs 10,00 will be given to the doctors so that they can perform duties in rural areas.
The Chief Minister said that mementoes, which he received, have been uploaded on website. Amount received against the mementoes will be spent on the treatment of children suffering from heart disease. A total amount of Rs 76 lakh has so far been received from the mementoes. The Chief Minister informed that the cabinet has decided to provide a monthly pension of Rs 500 on more than 40 percent disability.
MD Doctor To Be Deputed On Monday
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has said that an MD doctor will be deputed for dialysis centre on Monday. Besides, a pathology doctor would also be posted in the hospital. Finance Minister Shri Raghavji presided over the function. Shri Raghavji apprised the Chief Minister of teething troubles for opening medical college under PPP mode in Vidisha district. The Chief Minister Shri Chouhan felicitated the members of Vidisha Vyapar Mahasangh for donating amount for dialysis machine. On this occasion, office bearers of Mahasangh, collector S.B. Singh, ADM Shri S.C. Shukla and other office bearers were present. Mahasangh general secretary Shri Chandrakant Jain conducted the function while Shri Rajiv Agrawal proposed a vote of thanks.