Wanaparthy, Jan 29 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Minister for Health and Medical Services Sambani Chandrasekhar today said the state government has decided to provide hi-tech medical facilities to the poorest in villages.
Speaking at Bharat Nirman Public Information campaign here, he said the government had introduced NRH scheme for health services in the rural areas.
Mr Sambani said the migration from the Mahaboobnagar district was brought down by spending Rs 100 crore under NREGA and Rs 180 crore on power sector. The government was trying to provide irrigation facility to ten-lakh acres at a cost of Rs 6500 crore in the district.
State Minister for Rural Development G Chinna Reddy said the government was giving priority to women groups and sanctioning huge loans.
Mr Reddy said an Horticulture college at a cost of Rs 100 crore would be set up at Mojarla. A blood bank was set up in a hospital here to reduce mortality during delivery time, he added.
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