Because of the fear of the third wave of Covid, Ashok Gehlot now gave these instructions


Rajasthan is the first state in the country that is moving fast towards the establishment of Government Medical Colleges in all the districts. In such a situation, it is our top priority to complete the work of approved medical colleges on time.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said this while addressing the review meeting of the Medical Education Department through VC. He has information about the meeting by tweeting.

In the meeting, Ashok Gehlot has directed that the construction work of all newly approved medical colleges in the state should be completed in a time-bound manner. Along with this, he has also directed to strengthen oxygen, generation plant, oxygen, ICU beds, and child health facilities in all medical colleges because of the possibility of a third wave of Covid.

He said that with the completion of medical colleges, a large network of specialist medical institutions would be created, better health services would be available. The districts where the construction of medical colleges are going on should be given speed and where the land allotment work is under process, it should be completed and construction should be started soon.