With the efforts of local Shiv Sena MLA Dilip Lande, a five-storey hospital in Chandivali will soon be set up through the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Following a meeting in the office of Additional Commissioner Sunil Dhamne of Municipal Public Health Department. Dhamani gave a green signal for the hospital's work, responding positively.
Shiv Sena MLA Dilip Lande has started efforts to provide health services to millions of citizens of Chandivali assembly constituency, and the process of setting up a 200 to 250-bed hospital in Chandivali is on the front line. The population of the Chandivali assembly constituency has increased dramatically in the last few years. Thousands of families have been rehabilitated from the National Park area of Goregaon, Malad, in the area of Sangharsh Nagar. As the population of the area is increasing rapidly, the municipal service facilities are under heavy stress. Health care is important in this regard and Lande is constantly striving for this.
Lande, who has braked the 20-year-old legacyof MLA, has started chasing civic amenities. He had corresponded with the municipality to set up a grand hospital of a municipality on the one lakh foot reserved plot of the BMC in Sangharsh Nagar. Municipal officials recently inspected the reservation plot while administrative courtesans were being chased.
On Tuesday, December 7, 2019 Lande held a joint meeting at the office of Addl Commissioner Sunil Dhamane of Municipal Public Health Department and discussed this issue in detail. “after detail discussion the Dhamane has given positive feedback and instructed to administrative system to check requirement for the work of the hospital,” Lande said.
He further said, “A grand and well-equipped hospital of 200 to 250 beds of municipality will be built in Chandivali. About seven to ninestoried buildings will be constructed for the hospital.”Shiv Sena sub divisional president Ashok Matekar, Bhaskar Patil, ex-corporator Ishwar Tayde, Shakhapramukh Anant Utekar, Balakrishna Gatte, Prayag Dilip Lande, women’swing memberPrabhavati Palav, Dhanashree Pawar, and other municipal officials were present in the meeting.