Be good doctors and serve humanity, says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Mandsaur (Madhya Pradesh): Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has executed the Bhoomi Pujan of the Medical College on the Mandsaur Bypass here to be constructed at a cost of Rs 270.59 crore with the joint contribution from the central government and the state government.

Addressing the program, CM Chouhan said three medical colleges are being built in one parliamentary constituency and will prove to be a boon for the region.

From now on, the inhabitants of this region would no longer have to travel to other cities such as Indore, Ahmedabad or Jaipur for treatment.

The Chief Minister informed that more than 73,000 square meters of land has been selected from three different locations to build the medical school. It will be constructed by Jaypee Structure Private Limited Company through the PIU department.

University buildings, sports campuses, UG hostels, doctors’ residences, intern hostels, nursing hostels, shopping malls, autopsy blocks, student research centers and guest houses will be constructed as part of this project.

CM Chouhan said the medical school will be ready within the next three years and will be equipped with a state-of-the-art trauma center.

With the opening of the Faculty of Medicine, economic activities will be boosted through increased means of transport due to the influx of patients. Similarly, the medical field will also grow with hotels and rental rooms.

Talking about the Shivana cleanup, he said the society’s participation is absolutely necessary to clean up the river and added that an appropriate action plan will be developed and the money will be provided in a phased manner.

50 e-rickshaws given to women, CM takes an e-rickshaw ride

During the program, the Chief Minister handed over the keys to 50 electric rickshaws to women in need. The e-rickshaws were provided by Ganediwal Charitable Trust. After that, the CM took an electric rickshaw ride and reached the stage by sitting in it.

He appreciated the work done by the Trust as it will help women find jobs. These women have already received training on the e-rickshaw. The CM also issued licenses, insurance and RTO documents to these women.

No wealth greater than mother

On Mother’s Day, CM Chouhan said everyone should bow at the feet of the mother. He blamed the influence of Westernization for the opening of nursing homes and said the government has made a law to deal with people who do not care for their elderly parents.

He also asked the public not to distinguish between sons and daughters. Talking about self-help groups in the state, he praised their efforts and said women had opened 8 factories to prepare nutritious food.

Garlic Pickle and Chutney Made Under One District One Product Showcased at CM

As part of One District One Product, garlic chutney, garlic pickles and garlic paste are made by self-help women’s groups in Mandsaur district. All these products were presented to the CM by these SHGs. Chouhan said he would keep these products on his table so the products would receive more publicity.

CM performs Bhoomi Pujan from Rani Padmavati Baisa Hostel

The CM performed Bhoomi Pujan by Rani Padmavati Baisa Hostel by Rajput Samaj located on Rewas Deora Road. Minister of Finance Jagdish Deora, Minister of New and Renewable Energy and Environment, Hardeep Singh Dang, Minister of MSMEs Om Prakash Sakhle, MP Dr Sudhir Gupta, District Panchayat Chairman Priyanka Mukesh Giri Goswami, Mandsaur MLA Yashpal Singh Sisodia, Garoth MLA Devi Lal Dhakad, Manasa MLA Madhav Maru, Neemuch MLA Dilip Singh Parihar, Jaora MLA Dr. Rajendra Pandey, District Collector Gautam Singh, SP Anurag Sujania and other public officials and administrative officers were present.

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Posted: Sunday, May 8, 2022, 10:35 p.m. IST

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