CM inaugurates veteran actor Leelavathi’s hospital in Nelamangala

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CM Basavaraj Bommai inaugurated the Dr M Leelavathi primary health centre in Rampura, Soladevanahalli village of Nelamangala taluk.

NELAMANGALA: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai inaugurated veteran Kannada actor Dr M Leelavathi’s well-equipped primary health centre at Rampura, Soladevanahalli village, in Nelamangala taluk on Wednesday.

Dr M Leelavathi proposed a veterinary clinic at Rampura in Nelamangala taluk.

The hospital has been built with all amenities and laboratory equipment at a cost of around 1.20 crore. Around 15-20 villages will benefit from the primary health centre. Following the inauguration, the CM paid a visit to Leelavathi’s house and inquired about her health.

CM Basavaraj Bommai inaugurating the Dr M Leelavathi primary health centre.

Speaking at the inauguration, the CM said, “Dr Leelavathi is the evergreen artist of our Kannada film industry. I was wondering what Soladevanahalli looked like, but now that I am here, the beauty of nature seems somehow eternal. Being an actor in the movie industry for so long is an achievement, and you are irreplaceable. Even though you constantly faced obstacles and challenges, you have the heart to help others. If Leelavathi amma made up her mind, she could have lived in Sadashivnagar or RMV Layout, but she chose this beautiful village to settle down.”

CM Basavaraj Bommai is looking at the newly built, well-equipped primary health centre.

“Many people have moved to this place, but no one has built a hospital or school. But Leelavathi Amma came here and built a hospital. It is my duty to come here, and I will provide doctors and nurses for this hospital. Leelavathi Amma has proposed for a veterinary  hospital. I will do whatever I have to do, and Vinod Raj’s support is huge,” he said.

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