NRI German Doctorto
set up Rs.550 mn homeopathy hospital
Bhopal, Feb 14, 2005
A non-resident Indian (NRI) doctor Monday said he
plans to set up a Rs.550 million ($12 million) homeopathy
hospital, college and research centre in Madhya Pradesh.
Germany-based homeopath Rabi Roy, who has met Chief
Minister Babulal Gaur in this regard, told reporters:
"The plan envisages quality education, creation
of healthy conditions and organic farming."
The doctor said he has selected land for the proposed
He had earlier planned to set up the hospital in the
US. "But my love for India forced me to change
my plans," he added.
Roy, who is in India to help tsunami victims, said:
"The government should make the affected fishermen
financially independent by giving them fishing nets."
He protested against a plan to transfer the fishermen
to safer places away from the coastline, saying: "The
victims would like to be closer to their place of business."
Instead of taking up speedy rehabilitation work for
the victims, government agencies were busy conducting
time-consuming surveys, he added.
The head of a social organisation, Surya Foundation
for Homeopathy in the World, Roy has written 28 books
on homeopathy and runs a chain of clinics in Germany.
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