Staff Reporter

DHARMAPURI: Deputy Chief Minister M.K. Stalin will inaugurate the new buildings and hostel (part-1) constructed at a cost of Rs. 55.14-crore at the Dharmapuri Medical College (DMC) on Tuesday (January 19) in Dharmapuri, a release issued by the Collector, P. Amutha, here on Wednesday.

He will also lay foundation for the additional buildings for the medical college to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 43.67 crore.

During his visit to the district, he would inspect the site for commissioning the treatment plant for the Hogenekkal Drinking Water Scheme and review the development schemes with the district-level officers.

In the evening, he would inaugurate the upgraded District Headquarters Hospital at Pennagaram and flag off 108 ambulance services.

He would also declare open the buildings constructed for various departments, distribute identity cards for the beneficiaries of the Kalaignar Health Insurance Scheme and distributed revolving funds to the Self-Help Groups at a public meeting to be held at the Anna Ground at Mulluvadi area in Paruvathanaalli Panchayat, the press release added.

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