Speaking on the occasion, he said Tata Trust is putting a dream of contributing a grid of the hospital so that lives may be saved.
Tata said "we look forward to more lives that may be saved and serve the mankind."
Chairman of Tata Sons N Chandrasekaran said we are extremely delighted that this new cancer building has been completed and delighted that it was being inaugurated by Tata.
This will provide significant help to affected patients of this part of the world and Jharkhand, he said while appreciating that the building was completed within very short time.
Later, talking to newsmen, General Manager (Medical), Tata Steel, Air Marshal (Retd) Rajan Choudhary and Dr. Sujata Mitra, Director of MTMH, said the hospital bed was increased to 128 beds from 72 beds following the new facility was made operational from Wednesday.
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