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New Delhi: Centre to provide land at Rs 1 per year for government hospitals

New Delhi: Centre to provide land at Rs 1 per year for government hospitals

New Delhi: More government hospitals are expected to come up in the capital, with the Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu announcing that DDA will provide land at a premium of Rs 1 per year for setting up medical institution such as government hospitals, etc.  This comes as a part of the announcement that the minister made with regards to the development of civic facilities and transport infrastructure in National Capital Region of Delhi.

Urban Development Minister approving the rates of premium for lands allotted for institutional purposes by Delhi Development Authority announced:-

• Rate for land required for health services such as medical institutions, hospitals, dispensaries required by Central Government and Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi has been reduced to a nominal charge of Rs 1 per annum.

• Rates for land to Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi for un-remunerative uses such as maternity centres, night shelters and orphanages etc, have been reduced from earlier rate of 50% of ‘No profit, no loss rate” to Rs 1 per annum.

 

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    Dr Ranjeet singh July 13, 2016, 11:29 pm

    Good move.But it should be away from congested areas .

  2. Govt should take up the responsibility of providing health care to all free

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