Minister Maha’s Dental Treatment Supply Trip Gets Aurangabad Installation Generator Promise


The process of securing a much-needed generator for the Government Dental College in Aurangabad has started after Maharashtra Minister Sandipan Bhumre had to have his teeth checked in the dark due to a power outage. power supply, an official said on Sunday.

Bhumre had come for a root canal at 6 p.m. on Saturday when the power supply was interrupted, and even mobile phone torches had to be used to ensure sufficient visibility for the medical procedure, the official said.

Officials said the request for a generator for the region’s first dental facility dates back five years.

”The Minister said he will see to it that a generator is sanctioned by the Department of Medical Education fund. It will cost Rs 25 lakh. At the moment he has requested that we receive a generator purchased during the COVID-19 period,’ GDC Dean Dr SP Dange told PTI.

This is not the first time the facility has been given an advantage due to inconvenience to a minister.

Officials on condition of anonymity said the GDC got a lift six years after it was built in 1990 because then minister Diwakar Raote had to use the spiral staircases when he came for treatment.

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