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Move to expand green cover across Cuddalore district

Special Correspondent

— Photo:C.Venkatachalapathy

Collector V.Amuthavalli inspecting the paediatric ward in Cuddalore government hospital on Tuesday.

CUDDALORE: Collector V. Amuthavalli has fixed a target of planting as many as two lakh saplings across the district before August 15.

She said this after planting a sapling at the Cuddalore headquarters government hospital here on Tuesday.

Ms. Amuthavalli told presspersons that in a bid to expand greenery across the district, employees of the Revenue Department, Education Department and the district rural development agency, school and college students, and, private organisations would be involved.

Ms. Amuthavalli said that a total of 200 saplings were planted at the government hospital on Tuesday under the aegis of the Green Cross Society. She entrusted the responsibility of taking care of the saplings to employees of the hospital. She said that the surgical unit in the hospital would be renovated at a cost of Rs. 13 lakh and the expenditure would be met by the Chemplast Sanmar Ltd. here.

Later, Ms. Amuthavalli inspected various wings of the hospital, including the labour ward, paediatric wards, surgical wings and dialysis unit. She also inspected the intensive care unit for children.

She said that she would carry out surprise checks at government hospitals to ascertain their functionality and cleanliness.

Joint Director (Health Services) Kamalakannan, Hospital Superintendent Ramachandran, Resident Medical Officer Govindarajan, Green Cross Society secretary Sankar, Chief Executive Officer of Chemplast Mohan, District Environmental Engineer (Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board) Raja and others were present.

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