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Citizen's group against BRS project in Udupi

Press Trust of India  |  Mangaluru 

Even as President laid foundation stone for BRS Health and Research Institute super speciality hospital at Udupi today, a citizen's group has come out with a protest against it.

The proposed super speciality hospital is being built on the basis of a MoU between BRS Ventures and the state government, which handed over the maternity and children's hospital and its land on lease to the BRS Health and Research Institute Private Limited.



A litigation by the citizens' group seeking cancellation of the MoU and the lease granted to BRS ventures is pending before the additional civil in Udupi.

There was widespread public opposition to the MoU between the state and the private company.

The Sarkari Aspatre Ulisi Horata Samiti (hospital protection committee) president and noted psychiatrist P V Bhandary in a statement said they were "dismayed to see the President laying the foundation stone for a project" which was "mired" in controversy.

Bhandary said the district maternity and children's hospital had been rendering service to poor women and children for the last seven decades and it was a ray of hope for the poor.

A well-performing charitable hospital was being handed over to a private group, a move which had "devastated" the dreams of the poor for better quality health care facilities at cheaper price, he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Citizen's group against BRS project in Udupi

Even as President Pranab Mukherjee laid foundation stone for BRS Health and Research Institute super speciality hospital at Udupi today, a citizen's group has come out with a protest against it. The proposed super speciality hospital is being built on the basis of a MoU between BRS Ventures and the state government, which handed over the government maternity and children's hospital and its land on lease to the BRS Health and Research Institute Private Limited. A litigation by the citizens' group seeking cancellation of the MoU and the lease granted to BRS ventures is pending before the additional civil court in Udupi. There was widespread public opposition to the MoU between the state government and the private company. The Sarkari Aspatre Ulisi Horata Samiti (Government hospital protection committee) president and noted psychiatrist P V Bhandary in a statement said they were "dismayed to see the President laying the foundation stone for a project" which was ... Even as President laid foundation stone for BRS Health and Research Institute super speciality hospital at Udupi today, a citizen's group has come out with a protest against it.

The proposed super speciality hospital is being built on the basis of a MoU between BRS Ventures and the state government, which handed over the maternity and children's hospital and its land on lease to the BRS Health and Research Institute Private Limited.

A litigation by the citizens' group seeking cancellation of the MoU and the lease granted to BRS ventures is pending before the additional civil in Udupi.

There was widespread public opposition to the MoU between the state and the private company.

The Sarkari Aspatre Ulisi Horata Samiti (hospital protection committee) president and noted psychiatrist P V Bhandary in a statement said they were "dismayed to see the President laying the foundation stone for a project" which was "mired" in controversy.

Bhandary said the district maternity and children's hospital had been rendering service to poor women and children for the last seven decades and it was a ray of hope for the poor.

A well-performing charitable hospital was being handed over to a private group, a move which had "devastated" the dreams of the poor for better quality health care facilities at cheaper price, he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Citizen's group against BRS project in Udupi

Even as President laid foundation stone for BRS Health and Research Institute super speciality hospital at Udupi today, a citizen's group has come out with a protest against it.

The proposed super speciality hospital is being built on the basis of a MoU between BRS Ventures and the state government, which handed over the maternity and children's hospital and its land on lease to the BRS Health and Research Institute Private Limited.

A litigation by the citizens' group seeking cancellation of the MoU and the lease granted to BRS ventures is pending before the additional civil in Udupi.

There was widespread public opposition to the MoU between the state and the private company.

The Sarkari Aspatre Ulisi Horata Samiti (hospital protection committee) president and noted psychiatrist P V Bhandary in a statement said they were "dismayed to see the President laying the foundation stone for a project" which was "mired" in controversy.

Bhandary said the district maternity and children's hospital had been rendering service to poor women and children for the last seven decades and it was a ray of hope for the poor.

A well-performing charitable hospital was being handed over to a private group, a move which had "devastated" the dreams of the poor for better quality health care facilities at cheaper price, he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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