Vijayawada: Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy has directed the officials to speed up development of old medical colleges, as also land acquisitions for new such colleges and other works being taken up by the government at an estimated cost of Rs 16,270 crore under the Nadu-Nadu programme.
The CM was holding a review meeting along with deputy CM Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas and senior officials from the transport and health departments at his Camp Office here on Thursday. “Complete the tender processes fast to start development of old medical colleges and begin construction of new ones by April 15,” he asked the officials.
The CM said measures must also be in place for their proper maintenance of these buildings. “There is need to finalise a plan for administrative sanction and recruitment of staff for the hospitals,” he said.
The officials informed the CM that the works for development of 10,011 YSR Village Health Clinics would be complete by the end of April and…