Above: Cm Yogi came to Auraiya, laid the foundation stone and inaugurated 12 development projects worth Rs 400 million, including the medical school


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Ram Manohar Lohia 50-bed Ophthalmology Hospital including Medical College, Trauma Center opened in Bhagautipur, Babua Primary Health Center opened, 50-bed Maternity Pavilion also opened.

CM Yagi Adityanath
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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath presented plans worth about 450 million rupees to Auraiya on Saturday. CM laid the foundation stone for the Government Medical College to be built at a cost of Rs 280 million. At the same time, the foundation stone for 12 projects was inaugurated and laid at a cost of Rs 109 million. The CM honored four children by giving a check for Rs 12 thousand to four children under the Children’s Service Plan.

The CM said that by 2024, all 75 districts of the state would have medical schools. Addressing the public meeting after laying the first stone of the Faculty of Medicine, the Chief Minister said that today we have brought a project gift worth millions of rupees for everyone. This has been possible because the people here elected and sent good MPs and MLAs.

He said that with the establishment of a medical school, the young people of this place will not have to go out to study medicine. Now the young people here will become doctors here. Along with this, the district will have better health facilities. The surrounding people, including Auraiya, will also benefit greatly from the medical school. Addressing SP, BSP and Congress, he said that they all had many opportunities to lead the government, but no one improved health services. There were 12 medical schools in the state in 70 years from 1947 to 2017. Our government will provide a medical school in all districts in five years. In which it works in 32 medical schools. CM said that today people are coming to meet criminals in jail to bake the bread of politics.

If a bulldozer is running against the mob, then they must also remember that those who provide protection to the mob will also be taken down. The CM said that today people who compare Sardar Patel to Jinnah should be careful. They don’t know that Patel had done the job of uniting the country and Jinnah had done the job of breaking up the country. Along with this, the state’s plans were listed.

The first stone of these projects was laid and inaugurated.
Ram Manohar Lohia 50 Bed Eye Hospital including Medical College, Trauma Center opened in Bhagautipur, Primary Health Center Babua opened, 50 Bed Maternity Wing opened, Farmers Welfare Center Bhagyanagar under the National Agricultural Development Program, Fire Center Bidhuna, on the Arind River He also laid the foundation stone for the bridge, 184 panchayat buildings, 415 community toilets, 284 roads, 59 roads, and the large Rajumau cow protection center.

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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath presented plans worth about 450 million rupees to Auraiya on Saturday. CM laid the foundation stone for the Government Medical College to be built at a cost of Rs 280 million. At the same time, the foundation stone for 12 projects was inaugurated and laid at a cost of Rs 109 million. The CM honored four children by giving a check for Rs 12 thousand to four children under the Children’s Service Plan.

The CM said that by 2024, all 75 districts of the state would have medical schools. Addressing the public meeting after laying the first stone of the Faculty of Medicine, the Chief Minister said that today we have brought a project gift worth millions of rupees for everyone. This has been possible because the people here elected and sent good MPs and MLAs.

He said that with the establishment of a medical school, the young people of this place will not have to go out to study medicine. Now the young people here will become doctors here. Along with this, the district will have better health facilities. The surrounding people, including Auraiya, will also benefit greatly from the medical school. Addressing SP, BSP and Congress, he said that they all had many opportunities to lead the government, but no one improved health services.


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