Tirupati will become a medical hub in South India, says TTD EO
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Managing Director KS Jawahar Reddy said the temple city of Tirupati will soon become a medical center with the inauguration of several new facilities.
Mr Reddy inspected Sri Padmavati Super-Specialty Hospital and SV Tata Cancer Hospital on Sunday ahead of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s visit on May 5 for their inauguration. Speaking to reporters, he referred to the Super Specialty Children’s Hospital being built by TTD at a cost of ₹240 crore with seven departments and Tata Cancer Center as crown jewels of Tirupati, which, according to him, was on the verge of becoming a medical center. from southern India.
The Chief Minister will also inaugurate a ‘smile train’ service for children with cleft palate and hearing loss. Additional Executive Officer AV Dharma Reddy, District Collector K. Venkataramana Reddy, CMO OSD Hari Krishna, Joint Executive Officer V. Veerabrahmam, Superintendent of Police P. Parameswara Reddy, Commissioner MCT Anupama Anjali and the TTD Chief Engineer Nageswara Rao accompanied him on the visit.
In a meeting with Goshala operators later, Dr. Jawahar Reddy announced that he would organize training programs for young farmers across the state on organic farming and Panchagavya production. The TTD had drawn up plans for the free distribution of 2,500 cows to farmers by the end of June.