Fatehabad: Tohana is recognized at the international level for providing better healthcare services. Bhoomi Pujan of the seven-storey, 100-bed multi-disciplinary hospital building to be constructed at a cost of Rs 138 crore was carried out in Tohana town. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, the hospital will have seven floors including a basement. There will also be parking facilities. Citizens will get separate wards for men and women, a nursery for newborns, a modern laboratory and OPD facilities of various departments.
The nearly three-decade-old call for expanding health services has come to the fore. With the construction of this hospital, better health services will be available to the citizens of Tohana. Construction of Sant Shiromani Guru Ravidas Medical College will soon begin at Rasoolpur, Tohana, with a construction cost of Rs 1,100 million. Once these two projects are completed, Tohana’s name will be registered at the international level for providing better healthcare services. Students from far-flung places will come to study at the medical college, while citizens of the district will be able to access health services.
The political beginning of development took place in Tohana.
Panchayat minister Devendra Babli sees politics as a medium of social service. He serves the citizens by maintaining the faith and hope with which the people of Tohana elected him to the Assembly. By ending the politics of lies, plunder and revenge, he began work on how to move forward on the path of development. The citizens of Tohana also supported him in this work.
Will accelerate the incomplete development works of the area
All development works that have been approved and not yet started in the area will begin in the next two months. Work on the four-lane stretch 148B from Surewala to Jakhal via Tohana will begin in the next ten days. About Rs 140 Crore will be spent on this project. The ROB work on Jamalpur Road, costing Rs 26 crore, will begin in two months. Work is underway to relocate IG College out of the city. At the same time, we are also aiming to build a university in Tohana so that the young people here can receive a better education. He said that these projects require land and therefore citizens should cooperate with the government in selecting the land.
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