State head Narendra Modi on Wednesday praised the twofold motor government for the advancement of upper east areas. PM Modi is in Assam to establish the groundwork stone of a few undertakings.
“Today, the twofold motor government is fostering the country with the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’,” PM Modi said while tending to the ‘Harmony, Unity and Development Rally’ at Diphu in Assam. Communicating joy over the advancement of upper east locales, PM Modi said, “Today when somebody visits upper east and witnesses the quick improvement occurring in the area, they additionally feel glad. We have grasped the issues of the area.”
He said that the Government of India is starting the undertaking of building ‘Amrit Sarovar’ in each region of the country alongside the festivals of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.
“Crafted by building more than 2,600 ‘Amrit Sarovar’ has started. Such water bodies have a rich custom in the ancestral society. With this, water repositories will be made in each town, and they will likewise turn into a kind of revenue for individuals,” PM Modi said.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma likewise went to the ‘Harmony, Unity and Development Rally’ in Diphu town with PM Modi. An immense group wearing conventional clothing came to pay attention to the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister will likewise establish the groundwork stone of Veterinary College (Diphu), Degree College (West Karbi Anglong), and Agricultural College (Kolonga, West Karbi Anglong). These undertakings, worth more than Rs 500 crore, will bring new open doors for skilling and work in the district, said the public authority in an authority articulation. During the program, the Prime Minister will likewise establish the groundwork stone for more than 2,950 ‘Amrit Sarovar’ projects.
The state will foster these ‘Amrit Sarovars’ at a total expense of around Rs 1,150 crore. At around 01:45 pm, he will arrive at Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh and commit Dibrugarh Cancer Hospital to the country.
Afterward, at around 3 pm, he will go to a public capacity at Khanikar ground in Dibrugarh, where he will devote six additional disease clinics to the country and establish the groundwork stone for seven new malignant growth clinics.