Government of India launched two projects in Gurugram — a medical college named after Mata Sheetla Devi in Kherki Majra village and a housing project for police personnel in Bhondsi. The two projects in Gurugram will aim to fulfill the city’s long-pending demand for a state-run medical college as well as aim to provide better residential quarters for the State’s police personnel.
The medical college will be built under the PPP model where Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), MCG and Sheetla Mata Shrine board will bear the cost of Rs 70-crore project. The medical college will be built over 39 acres of land and will be constructed in two phases. In the first phase, a 150-seat MBBS course and 650-bed hospital will be completed by 2022-23. In the second phase, a super specialty wing of the hospital will be made operational. The timeline of the second phase is yet to be decided.
Also, the government will build 576 homes for police personnel in Bhondsi. Canvassing for Khattar, the PM complimented the state government’s effort in successfully implementing the flagship schemes of the central government.