@ Hon’ble CM visits the Primary Health Centre at Gangtha village of Kukarmunda taluka and provides Nutrition Kits to T.B. patients
@ Hon’ble CM visits the I.T.I being constructed at a cost of ₹6 crore in Kukarmunda taluka and the Amrut Sarovar at the border village Toranda
Gandhinagar, Thursday: Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel visited the Dabriamba village of Tapi district. The locals were overjoyed to witness the CM in their area. Hon’ble CM interacted with tribals, conducted a Ratri Sabha and stayed overnight.
The CM was warmly welcomed by the locals. During his visit, he inspected various developmental works and offices of various government departments.
The CM visited the Milk Co-operative, Aanganwadi and Primary School at Dabriamba village and obtained detailed information regarding its operations and services. He interacted with the SMC Committee in the village to get detailed information on the status of education. Accepting the request of the committee, the CM assured them to provide computers in the schools.
He also inquired if the locals are receiving the benefits of various government schemes. The locals had a direct interaction with the CM and put forth their concerns/questions. The CM instructed concerned officials on the necessary course of action.
The CM distributed Nutrition Kits to the present patients out of the 26 T.B. patients who are adopted by the Head of District Panchayat Shri Surajbhai Vasava who is leading in realising the Hon’ble PM’s dream of a ‘T.B. Free India.’ He obtained firsthand information on various healthcare services by visiting the Primary Health Centre. He got detailed information about the necessary supply of medicines, equipment material, and staff of the health department in the rural health center, visited various units of the health center and also met the patients. He also got reviews from people on various facilities and enquired if they had a PMJAY card.
An I.T.I is being constructed at a cost of ₹6 crores in Kukarmunda taluka. The CM visited the institute to inspect the quality of materials used for its construction. He instructed the concerned officials to ensure quality construction. At the same time, he interacted with instructors from I.T.I. to get information on the benefits to students through this institute.
The CM also visited the Toranda village, bordering Maharashtra, to see the Amrut Sarovar built under Sujalam Sufalam Yojana and interacted with the locals. Benefits from Amrut Sarovar were discussed during the interaction. The Amrut Sarovar is spread over an area of 1.10 acres, with a depth of 2.50 meters and a storage capacity of 7.19 million cubic feet. 15 hectares of land will directly benefit from irrigation.
CM Shri Bhupendra Patel met Shri Vishwasbhai Maganbhai Paadvi, a farmer practicing natural farming in the village. He learned about the farmer’s experience with natural farming. Vishwasbhai informed the CM regarding the process of making Bijamrut, Jivamrut, Nimastra and Dashpani extracts and their benefits. The CM congratulated him on inspiring other farmers for adopting natural farming.
OSD to Hon’ble CM Shri Dhiraj Parekh, District Collector Dr. Vipin Garg, DDO Shri V.N Shah, and concerned officials accompanied the CM during his visit.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat