Our Staff Correspondent
Dibrugarh, July 25: Due to the disturbances faced by commuters in Paltan Bazar area of Guwahati city, the district administration has cautioned all those nursing homes and the diagnostic centres scattered in the Paltan Bazar and Bordoloi Avenue areas to arrange adequate parking space in their respective premises within July 31. Failing to do so, the administration will not hesitate to cancel the license of the organizations concerned.
In a meeting held on July 25 with the owners of the nursing homes and diagnostic centres at the DC’s conference room, DC Laya Madduri called upon the proprietors of the private health centres, particularly, Archana Trauma and Orthopaedics Hospitals; Sun Diagnostics; HM Hospitals; MGM Hospitals and GM Hospitals, to arrange for parking amenities. Archana Trauma and Orthopaedics has been asked to make parking arrangements in its ground floor and move the generator to a different place. She also directed the director of the organization to get the license required for running a full-fledged nursing home as the organization was operating as a nursing home under the license of a physiotherapy centre so far.
Similarly, she also asked Sun Diagnostics to get the necessary approval from the authority concerned. Also, under New Housing Sub-rule, the organization has been ordered to dismantle the doctor’s chamber and make parking arrangements in its place. On the other hand, the DC also directed HM and GM Hospitals to make similar arrangements in their respective premises. Though the authorities of HM Hospitals offered to get the requisite parking facilities done at a distance of 500 metres from its premises, the DC rejected the proposal and directed it to make the same within the premises itself.