Delhi: Kejriwal government is continuously providing funds to make cleanliness, education and health services in Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD) world class. Now Rs 117 crore has been given by the Delhi government to improve health services. With this amount, 1720 works will be done in big hospitals and dispensaries of MCD. Mayor of Delhi Municipal Corporation, Dr. Shaili Oberoi said these things during a press conference at the corporation headquarters on Monday.
He said that the work related to improving the health system will be completed by March 2024 with the funds received from the Delhi Government. The services of 7 big hospitals, dispensaries, maternity centers and primary health centers of MCD will be improved. During this, Leader of the House Mukesh Goyal was also present.
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Mayor Dr. Shelly Oberoi said that on the lines of Kejriwal government, the health model is also being implemented in Delhi Municipal Corporation, so that even the marginalized people can get better treatment. Delhi Municipal Corporation is making every effort to fulfill its commitment to provide better health facilities to the citizens of Delhi. Delhi Municipal Corporation has received funds from the Delhi Government under Capital and Revenue Head, which will be used to strengthen health services in Delhi Municipal Corporation. Kejriwal government has given Rs 54 crore in capital fund and Rs 63 crore in revenue head, which will be spent on the development and improvement of health services of 7 big hospitals, dispensaries, maternity centers, primary health centers of Delhi Municipal Corporation.