Khanduri promises medical college in his constituency
Kotdwara: Gearing up for polls, Uttarakhand
Chief Minister and Bhartiya Janata Party candidate from this
assembly seat B C Khanduri on Monday said he would personally
deal with the proposal of bringing up a medical college in the
Khanduri said he would personally look into the matter
and find a suitable land here for the Gharwal University`s
Medical college, adding that if the central medical college is
not granted at Kotdwara, his government will establish a state
funded Medical college here.
Congress slammed the BJP government in the state for not
completing necessary paper work in time for the proposed
establishment of a regional center of National Institute of
Rural Development and national medical college.
Congress candidate and former cabinet minister Surendra
Singh Negi attacked Khanduri on the alleged delay in bringing
up NIRD. He promised to start the work for establishing NIRD
in the region with assistance from the central Government.
Camping here for the past two days, Khanduri addressed
several meetings and corner gatherings. Accompanied by local
sitting MLA Shailendra singh, he said that the passing of
Lokpal Bill by his government is evident of his government`s
commitment to fight corruption and tighten the bureaucracy.
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