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De-addition centres to be set up

Health Minister makes announcement

Hyderabad, January 7, 2007

The Minister for Medical and Health, K. Rosaiah said on Sunday that de-addiction centres would be set up in the State soon in two to three hospitals in every district. He also said campaign committees to educate people on the ill effects of liquor consumption would be formed in consultation with the Chief Minister and officials concerned.

Speaking at a State level convention of Jana Chaitanya Vedika on Sunday, he said the not a single polio case has been recorded in the State since 2004. He said it is possible only with the efforts of organizations like the UNICEF, WHO, the Centre and the State besides NGOs like Rotary International.

Former Chief Justice of Uttara Pradesh, A. Lakshmana Rao, P. Chengal Reddy, secretary general of All India Federation of Farmers’ Union and president of Vedika V. Lakshmana Reddy were present on the occasion.

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