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Pabitra Mohan Pradhan Hospital At Talcher Inaugurated By CM

 By Jagadananda Pradhan

TALCHER:Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik  has inaugurated the Pabitra Mohan Pradhan Government Hospital at Talcher in the presence of Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and Prahallad Joshi.

 The 330-bedded medical college and hospital, Pabitra Mohan Pradhan Medical College and Hospital, at Talcher, was established under CSR at a cost of Rs 492 crore.

Speaking on the occasion the chief minister said the hospital will have a medical college soon.Paying tribute to Late Pabitra Moha n Pradhan he said Talcher is a land of self-respect.He said its great son Pabitra Mohan Pradhan was a great freedom fighter and later had contributed a lot to the progress of the state.He felt delighted in dedicating the hospital in name of Pabitra Mohan Pradhan.

The union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan speaking in virtual mode from New Delhi urged the chief minister  to start medical college as soon as possible, meeting the requirements of the concerned authorities. He said for the Medical College and Hospital the centre spends a whopping 1628 crore.He said the central government has a big role in setting up eight medical colleges in the state.

The Union Minister of Coal Prahlad Joshi  said, the spending on Talcher Medical College and Hospital by Coal India Limited is the biggest single CSR project of the public sector. He announced that MCL and coal India will fund rupees 628 crore in coming five years for the initiation of Medical college.The coal minister also said that in 2021 the state government has got a coal royalty of rupees 3608 crore in the year 2021.So also he said the state government gets the huge money under DMF.



 The coal India Chairman PM Prasad, speaking on virtual mode described the event as a momentum historic moment for the people of Talcher.The state health minister Niranajn Pujari said the health department has got prime concern of the state government as it takes 7 percent of total budget of the state.While the collector chaired the meeting the health secretary Salini Pandit.Dhenkanal MP Mahesh Sahoo,Talcher MLA Braja Kishore Pradhan also spoke on the occasion.

The CMD of MCL Keshav Rao proposed vote of thanks. In his closing remarks at the inaugural ceremony of Pabitra Mohan Pradhan Government Hospital at Talcher, which will function as future teaching hospital for proposed Medical College, Keshav Rao, CMD, MCL on Friday expressed his gratitude to the Government of Odisha for extending help to the company in its pursuits to meet aspirations of people.

He also thanked  Dharmendra Pradhan,  Union Minister of Education, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship and Pralhad Joshi, Union Minister of Coal, Mines and Parliamentary Affairs for their continuous guidance and support to the company.

Rao thanked all the public representatives, including  Mahesh Sahoo, MP (LS), Brajakishore Pradhan, MLA Talcher, representatives of MCL employees unions, district administration and general public for their support to MCL.

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