Patna: After making it clear that the proposed AIIMS in Darbhanga will be constructed at Shobhan Bypass, the state government is to write a letter to the Centre asking it to expedite the process so that the construction work could begin at the earliest.
Sources in the state health department said they have received a letter from the Centre in this regard. “We will be sending a fresh letter to the Centre probably on Thursday to expedite the process of stone laying so that construction work can be started soon,” an official said.
CM Nitish Kumar on Monday announced that the Centre had given its sanction for construction of AIIMS at Shobhan Bypass. Earlier, the tussle between the state and the Centre over the choice of land had brought the project to a standstill.
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