Neyveli Lignite Corporation to set up super specialty hospital at Rengali

November 12, 2018 at 4:38 am Leave a comment

Following is a report from the Pioneer: 

An important meeting was held here with the representatives of industries and mines organisations of the undivided Sambalpur district on Friday under the chairmanship of Northern Revenue Divisional Commissioner DV Swamy.

As discussed, a super specialty hospital would be set up soon by the Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) at Rengali of Sambalpur district. It was also decided to complete the proposed diagnostic centres at the Jharsuguda District Headquarters Hospital and Laikera by the Vedanta Aluminium Company and a mega stadium under construction with MCL fund by the end of December.

On Thursday, a meeting was also held relating to the Assembly constituencies of Jharsuguda and Rengali. The industries were requested to fulfil their social responsibilities towards common problems of the two constituencies. Participating in the discussion, OPCC working president and Jharsuguda MLA Naba Kishore Das said industries should work sincerely to remove the drinking water problems by removing earth and weeds from all the reservoirs besides its repair where necessary and digging of bore wells on a priority basis.

Rengali MLA Ramesh Patua, Jharsuguda Collector Bibhuti Bhusan Patnaik, Sambalpur Collector Samarth Verma, Jharsuguda ADM Trilochan Majhi, Secretary to RDC Bibhuti Bhusan Behera along with representatives from Jharsuguda Vedanta Company, MCL, Neyveli Lignite Corporation, Aditya Birla, Hindalco, Aryan Ispat, TPSL, Seven Star and mines units  attended the meeting.

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Entry filed under: Health Care Facility, Industry and health care facility, Jharsuguda, Region watch, Sambalpur.

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