The Meghalaya government has decided to invest Rs 75 crore to upgrade health infrastructure in 186 CHCs and PHCs in the state.
This was decided during a meeting chaired by chief minister Conrad K Sangma in the presence of Health minister A L Hek and officials of the health department and planning department on Wednesday.
“The Govt. of Meghalaya has decided to invest Rs 75 Cr in 186 PHCs & CHCs in #Meghalaya to upgrade our health infrastructure. Meeting was held with health minister & officials from the health & planning depts to finalise the details,” the chief minister tweeted.
During the session of the State Assembly on May 22, the chief minister said that strengthening health infrastructure has been a priority of the State government besides taking steps to overcome challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic.