The construction of 100 beds and trauma centers could not be completed – The construction of 100 beds and trauma centers could not be completed

Mejwan. Due to prosperity, the construction of a high-end hospital and trauma center on the CHC campus at Phulpur headquarters has faltered due to prosperity. During the SP government’s tenure in 2016, a 100-bed hospital and trauma center was proposed on the CHC campus at Phulpur tehsil headquarters. With the effort of SP’s regional MLA Shyam Bahadur Singh Yadav, the government had released Rs 23 crore with the green signal. Construction should be completed in March 2018. However, this work is not yet complete. The lack of funds is cited for the delay in the completion of the works. At the request of the regional public, the former Prime Minister Akhilesh Yadav asked the health department for a proposal to set up a trauma center. The construction work progressed quickly in the beginning. Often the work had to be stopped because of wealth. The motivation for building a trauma center in Phulpur was to provide better health care for thousands of villagers. People with serious illnesses have to go to the district headquarters 40 km away. For this, the SP government issued a sanction of 23 rupees with the green signal for the proposal by the Ministry of Health. After the contract in 2016, the Housing Development executive organization was put out to tender. However, due to the lack of budget, the work was stopped as the plate was not installed on the first floor. After a few months of work, the budget was released and the roof of the second floor was installed. As a result, the work, due to be completed in March 2018, is still pending. The population of the region demands that the representatives of the people report on this issue and try to accelerate the construction. Anjani Kumar Srivastava, Assistant Housing Engineer, says construction should be completed in 2018 but the project will be finished late due to a lack of budgets. The cast has also been improved. So far, 13.5 crores have been released. Government sent by the Revise Establishment Directorate. Work has been suspended for the past year due to covid. In between, the workers go home. Now about 14 rupees are to be released for the trauma center, which is being investigated at the government level.

Mejwan. Due to prosperity, the construction of a high-end hospital and trauma center on the CHC campus at Phulpur headquarters has faltered due to prosperity. During the SP government’s tenure in 2016, a 100-bed hospital and trauma center was proposed on the CHC campus at Phulpur tehsil headquarters. With the effort of SP’s regional MLA Shyam Bahadur Singh Yadav, the government had released Rs 23 crore with the green signal. Construction should be completed in March 2018. However, this work is not yet complete. The lack of funds is cited for the delay in the completion of the works. At the request of the regional public, the former Prime Minister Akhilesh Yadav asked the health department for a proposal to set up a trauma center. The construction work progressed quickly in the beginning. Often the work had to be stopped because of wealth. The motivation for building a trauma center in Phulpur was to provide better health care for thousands of villagers. People with serious illnesses have to go to the district headquarters 40 km away. For this, the SP government issued a sanction of 23 rupees with the green signal for the proposal by the Ministry of Health. After the contract in 2016, the Housing Development executive organization was put out to tender. However, due to the lack of a budget, the work was stopped as the plate was not installed on the first floor. After a few months of work, the budget was released and the roof of the second floor was installed. As a result, the work, due to be completed in March 2018, is still pending. The population of the region demands that the representatives of the people report on this issue and try to accelerate the construction. Anjani Kumar Srivastava, assistant housing engineer, says construction should be completed in 2018 but the project will be finished late due to a lack of budgets. The cast has also been improved. Thirteen and a half crores have been released so far. Government sent by the directorate to revise the estimate. Work has been suspended for the past year due to covid. In between, the workers go home. Now about 14 rupees are to be released for the trauma center, which is being investigated at the government level.

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