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Massive response to new Urban Health Centres

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Minister for Health Kamineni Srinivas said that the outpatient ratio in the government hospitals rose to 30 percent across the state. The government has implemented 28 new policies in the hospitals to render quality medical services to the poor patients and registering excellent results, the minister added.

Visakhapatnam: Minister for Health Kamineni Srinivas said that the outpatient ratio in the government hospitals rose to 30 percent across the state. The government has implemented 28 new policies in the hospitals to render quality medical services to the poor patients and registering excellent results, the minister added.

As a part of the Nava Nirmana Deeksha week long programmes, the district administration organised a debate on the developmental activities at YVS Murthy auditorium in Andhra University.

The government has implemented 28 new policies in the hospitals to render quality medical services to the poor patients and registering excellent results

Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that there was massive response to the 24 urban health centres newly established in the Visakhapatnam city. The patients were coming to the centres in morning and evening sessions and utilising the medical services. The minister called upon the agriculture, horticulture, fisheries and other agriculture associated departments to look at various new methods to ensure good results to the farmers and workers in the respective fields.

In the past three years, Visakhapatnam city has been witnessing massive development works, Srinivas claimed.
MP K Haribabu said that the farmers in the state cultivating all types crops and there was big potential to export the crops. He urged the district administration to look into the issue to help the farmers to export their crops.

In order to increase the revenues of the farmers, the state and central governments are implementing various schemes and programmes, Haribabu added.District Collector Pravin Kumar said that when compared to the other district, the cultivation was less in the district.

He said that farmers to utilise the MGNREGS to construct farm ponds to ensure 24/7 water to the crops. At present there was 42 per cent of forest extent and it should increase to 50 per cent, the collector added.Joint Collector-2 DV Reddy presided over the debate. Large number of officials and scientists from agriculture and horticulture departments spoke.

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