Bihar asks Mauritius to set up medical college
Patna: The Nitish Kumar government has offered
the Mauritius government a proposal to set up a medical
college hospital at Mairwa in Siwan district, according to
state Health minister Ashwani Kumar Choubey.
Choubey said today that he had handed over a
former letter in this regard to Mauritius Art and Culture
minister Mookhesswar Choonee during the three-day Global Bihar
summit on changing Bihar that concluded here on Sunday.
Choubey said that it has also been proposed to set up the
hospital in the name of former India president Rajendra Prasad
and Seewoo Sagur Ram Ghoolam, known as the father of the
nation of Mauritius.
We have also written letter to Mauritius prime minister
to give his consent for setting up the medical college
hospital proposed at Mairwa in Siwan, Choubey said.
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