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NIMS-Rangapur building, 400 acres for All India Institute of Med

Published & Updated as on - 2015-02-01

The Telangana government has decided to hand over the yet to be completed NIMS-Rangapur building, and 400 acres of land to the Centre to set up the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao along with officials and public representatives visited the under construction NIMS-Rangapur building on Tuesday. The Chief Minister interacted with officials and public representatives for an hour. He went around the building, examined the revenue map and model of the building.

Well connected

Bhongir MP Bura Narsaiah Goud said the Chief Minister had decided to allot the same building and premises to All India Institute of Medical Sciences since it is located close to the State capital and is well connected by road and rail. It is located just 35 km away from the State capital and is very close to the Hyderabad-Warangal Highway and Bibinagar railway junction.

The Bhongir MP said that the Chief Minister wanted to acquire 600 acres of land in addition to available land to establish other health institutes in future in the area. He further said that the Chief Minister had instructed the district administration to identify the land available in Kondamadugu and Bibinagar area to create a 1,000-acre land bank. In addition to AIIMS Medical College, Dr. Goud said that the Chief Minister also wanted to establish a nursing college, various health institutes, some business establishments in the area to develop it into a health city.

Foreign patients

Since the State government is also focussing on health tourism as an area where they can generate some revenue, the Bhongir MP said that the Chief Minister opined that there was scope to attract foreign patients to Rangapur.

The Centre had allotted AIIMS to Telangana as per the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh State Re-orgnisation Act. Deputy Chief Minister T. Rajaiah, Chief Secretary Rajiv Sharma, MLAs G.Kishore, Gongidi Sunitha, Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy, Principal Secretary, Health, Suresh Chandra, District Collector P.Satyanarayana Reddy, Joint Collector N.Satyanarayana and others were present.

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