Specialty Hospital work over voted sum –opposition

-Ramjattan to step up efforts as Indian election concluded

Work on the Specialty Hospital – to be funded by an Indian line of credit – has gone beyond the sum fortuitously voted for it last year, the opposition has charged, and the Alliance for Change is to up its efforts against the project following the conclusion of India’s general election.

“We now know that with the Modi government (Prime Minister elect Narenda Modi) they are going to stop that contract because (Indian contractor) Surendra doesn’t know to build a building much less a specialty hospital,” Leader of the AFC Khemraj Ramjattan told Stabroek News yesterday.

“We are going to be submitting questions to our parliament to find out where money is coming from for all that work that is going on up there …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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