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Azad to lay foundation of KLE Charitable hospital

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Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Ghulam Nabi Azad will lay the foundation stone of the Rs. 35-crore KLE Charitable hospital Belgaum south on 17th March, 2012.

The hospital will be built on Yellur road on a 7 acre land. KLE Charitable Hospital – Belgaum South – is being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs.35 Crores to provide Free Health Care to poor and downtrodden for over 500 patients as its social obligation.

The new post graduation block and library at the society’s B.M. Kankanwadi Ayurveda College at Vadgaon, the centre for the Universiti Sains Malaysia-KLE International Medical School programme, and a pathology museum at J.N. Medical College would also be inaugurated by the minister tomorrow.Charitable Hospital Belgaum South1

0 thoughts on “Azad to lay foundation of KLE Charitable hospital”

  1. A great mile stone of Belgaum which is also a centre of Medical Tourism. What about the Airport?. The need for the same is desperate.Till date no MLA or MP is taking any initative.

  2. Charity…. ha.ha.ha… do you believe that…I think Mr.Kore should start charity in his hospital… this is waste of money… n ….. none of the poor’s r going to get benefit of it….

  3. good charity to collect money…think if he wants to do charity why not in KLE hospital? another hospital another university, more money i wonder he is going to take all that moneyw ith him, it was better that Bill Gates is doing work for charity, Indian charity is eating charity
    why not scholarships ?


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