On April 28, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the Dibrugarh region to inaugurate seven of Assam’s ten cancer hospitals and lay the foundation stone for another seven cancer hospitals.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma went to the Khanikar Police Reserve area on Sunday to check if the land could be used as a venue for the event.
CM Sarma assesses all amenities before PM Modi’s Arrival
Moreover, he assessed the situation and directed the concerned officers to take all necessary efforts to eliminate any potential problems so that Prime Minister Modi’s public function could go off without a hitch.
Further, the visit was attended by Union Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Rameswar Teli, Agriculture Minister Atul Bora, Health and Family Welfare Minister Keshab Mahanta, and senior state government officials.
Sarma visited the Cancer Hospital being developed in Dibrugarh under the Cancer Care Foundation as part of his one-day excursion to Dibrugarh on Sunday.
In addition, he inspected all of the amenities installed at the hospital, which Prime Minister Modi will dedicate to the public on April 28.
Sarma also met with doctors and construction engineers to discuss the hospital’s last stage of building.
The Chief Minister also met with the District Commissioner of Dibrugarh and other senior state government officials, instructing them to take all necessary preparations to ensure Prime Minister Modi’s visit is a success.
Several MLAs were present during the meeting, including Union Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Rameswar Teli, Health and Family Welfare Minister Keshab Mahanta, Finance Minister Ajanta Neog, and Agriculture Minister Atul Bora, Tea Tribe Welfare Minister Sanjay Kisan, and others.