Kendriya Bhandar opens at Dwarka, MP demand early start of hospital

M K Gupta
Free Lance Journalist 

     Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Monday inaugurated a new branch of Kendriya Bhandar in Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology Complex at Dwarka. With this, 87 Kendriya Bhandars are functioning in the Capital. MD (Kendriya Bhandar) Jagdish Bhatia was also present on this occasion. Speaking on this occasion, Dikshit stated that Kendriya Bhandars in various parts of Delhi have been providing essential daily items to residents at the doorstep at very reasonable rates. It is expected that the new branch will benefit a large number of families putting up near NSIT Dwarka. Bhatia said that Delhi will have 100 Kendriya Bhandars by March, 2012. He expressed his gratitude to Dikshit for her support in commissioning of new branches, a Delhi Government Press release said.

On this occasion, Chief Minister said the discussion is going on with the Haryana for the Water Treatment Plant being constructed at Dwarka. Shri Mahabal Mishra, area MP demanded for early start of the 750-bed hospital at Dwarka saying that after the start of this hospital, the load on the DDU hospital will lessen.