With due respect I feel honoured to submit to the Honourable Governor J&K State Sh. Satya Pal Malik through your esteemed paper that I am a senior citizen of Udhampur town and would like to draw Honourable Governor’s kind attention towards very very important issue which is pending for the last four years or so:-
1) It is a matter of surprise to know that as to why during your first meeting with the Advisor and Chief Secretary of J&K State, the very vital issue of opening of five medical colleges as announced by Union Government of India have not been brought into notice.
2) It is further mentioned that there was some progress noticed during few months back when your predecessor appointed principals and other required staff for these five Medical Colleges to be established at Anantnag and Baramulla in Kashmir Division and Doda, Kathua and Rajouri Districts of Jammu region.
3) It is unfortunate that no further progress has been initiated to create infrastructure and appointments of Para Medical Staff required for these colleges. It was considered some time back that these colleges will be functional in the coming session i.e, 2019-20 in the concerned district hospitals for the first year course of MBBS where no much infrastructure is required.
4) It is further submitted that Health and Medical Education Minister Government of India J.P Nadda has also announced that these five colleges will be made functional in the coming session positively. This fact has also been confirmed by the Minister of State in PM’s Office Dr. Jatindra Singh.
5) Sir, it is also mentioned that in the present turmoil of the State our youth is frustrated due to unemployment and the nefarious design of our enemy across the border. These medical colleges are big ray of hope for thousands of youths every year to settle their future for mankind otherwise distractive forces are trying to divert our youth into the hell of militancy. It is also submitted that ruling party of the country has no answer why they are unable to open the announced and sanctioned medical colleges in the State in the coming year of elections to the Parliament of the country.
Sir, in the light of above mentioned facts and figures your good self is requested to initiate the process of opening of five medical colleges on priority as a dream project of our Prime Minister as committed by the Ministers of Government of India as well as the authorities in the J&K State. If all the colleges are made functional these would have as many as 2,000 youths doing MBBS.
Dharam Vir Gupta,
H.No. 71/2, Adarsh Colony,
Mob:- 808 216 0852
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