[lang_en]KUMARHATTI:Â In Himachal the various development and welfare projects have launched with public â€“private participation. The state government with the support of private sector has started many projects that would help the people. This was stated by Dr. Rajiv Bindal, Health Minster while inaugurating a park at Parwanoo, 25-km from here last evening.
He called upon the corporates particular in health sector to come forward to open multi-specialty colleges and hospitals. He said for this endeavour the entrepreneurs would get full support from state government. Where the hospital and colleges were being opened the state government has also facilitated the private expertsâ€™ services in government hospitals and health centers, eh maintained.
For private medical experts the state government has fixed good fees so that rural area could get healthy medical services, he asserted.
Speaking on the bad condition of road in area, Dr Bindal said that soon the repair work would be started on roads. For Kot Beja road, Rs. 12-cr has already been sanctioned. For Parwanoo- Kasauli road the budget proposal of Rs. 11-cr have been sent. This proposal would be approved soon, he pointed out .
While thanking the Microtek company that built the park, the Health Minster has exhorted the local residents to find out the places in Parwanoo where more parks to be set up mainly to make the town an entrance to state more beautiful. For developing more parks, Dr. Bindal announced to give Rs. 2-lakh to Nagar Parishad, Parwanoo. Microtek also donated same amount.
Speaking during occasion, Dr. Rajiv Saizal the local BJP sitting MLA called upon the residents to at least plant one tree.
Later Dr. Bindal also inaugurated the Rotary Clubâ€™s child welfare project. Speaking there the Health Minster said that ESI facilities were being strengthened to give quality medical facilities to industrial workers. While appreciating the child welfare project, Dr. Bindal said that children under this project would get good nutrition diet and other facilities.
As many as 650 children have been selected under the project.[/lang_en]