State administration is ready to host Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Hazaribagh on Sunday. The PM is scheduled to inaugurate three new medical colleges in Hazaribagh, Dumka and Daltonganj and will also lay foundation, launch schemes worth Rs 1000 crore during his visit to the State.
According to officials the Medical College cum hospitals are almost on the verge of completion and will come into operation soon after the inauguration. The medical colleges will have 100 seats and 500 beds each, they informed.
Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha; Chief Secretary Sudhir Tripathi; Cabinet Secretary, SKG Rahate, DGP, DK Pandey and Agriculture Secretary, Puja Singhal reviewed the preparations at the venue of Gandhi Maidan in Hazaribagh on Saturday. Hazaribagh DC Ravi Shankar Shukla gave detailed information about preparations on the occasion.
The PM will stay in Hazaribagh from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM. During this time, he will inaugurate the newly constructed building of Medical College in Hazaribagh Dumka and Palamu. Also, inaugurate the newly constructed building of Women Engineering College in Ramgarh. He will inaugurate a scheme of Ramgarh and three complete plans of Hazaribagh under the Rural Water Supply Scheme. Modi will also inaugurate of Madhusudan Ghat under Sahibganj Sewerage Treatment Plant and Namami Gange Yojana.
The PM will also lay the foundation stone of four hospitals of 500 beds (Hazaribagh Dumka Palamu and Jamshedpur). Also, he will lay foundation stones of Hazaribagh Urban Pipeline Water Supply Scheme, for Hazaribagh and Rural Drinking Water Supply Schemes of Ramgarh. The PM will lay the foundation for 2718 pipeline water supply schemes for the PVTG community (primitive and vulnerable tribal groups). Modi will also lay the foundation for several irrigation schemes. In Hazaribagh, the PM will lay foundation of Tribal Studies Centre at Acharya Vinoba Bhave University. On this occasion, the scheme of providing funds to farmers for buying mobile phones through DBT will also be launched.
addition, the PM Gift Milk Scheme will be introduced for distribution of gift milk to the children in government schools. The beneficiaries of the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme will also be given keys of their houses.
In Hazaribagh the walls of some boundary walls have been painted with Kohvar and Sohrai paintings en-route to the programme site from to the helipad at Police Training Centre ground.
The State administration, Special Protection Group and the National Security Guards have embarked on three layer security for the programme. A drill was also conducted at the Ranchi Airport on Saturday ahead of the PM’s visit.
The Prime Minister will depart for approximately 3:30 pm for Ranchi. He will stay in Ranchi for almost half an hour and meet beneficiaries of Ayushman Bharat Scheme. The Prime Minister will depart for about 5:00 pm New Delhi.