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Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani opens the Ramniklal Shah Ayurvedic Hospital on 10th anniversary of Gardi Vidyapith on Kalawad Road

    Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today inaugurated the Ramniklal Shah Ayurvedic Hospital on the occasion of 10th anniversary of Gardi Hospital on the Kalawad Road near Rajkot.

    Speaking on the occasion, he said the government is creating opportunity for self-employment of youth under the schemes like Make in India, Startup India, so that they could compete with their counterparts in the world. His government is providing tablets worth Rs.4,000 each to four lakh students who had passed HSC and got admission in colleges at cost of Rs.1,000. He called upon the youth not to beg before others, rather be self-reliant and be the job-giver instead job-seekers.

    The Chief Minister said that Central Government’s pro-people decisions taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the last three years like SIT to recover Black Money, Jan Dhan, GST, etc were well thought-out schemes for the development of the country and to provide new direction. He said that the world is now taking note of India dur to Mr. Modi’s successful foreign policy, which was missing earlier.

    Mr. Rupani presented scholarship worth Rs.3.25-crore, launched Gardi anthem and ‘Educate India’ campaign.

    Institute’s MD Jay Mehta and Director D.V. Mehta gave details of Gardi Vidyapith established in 2008.

    Those present on the occasion included MP Mohanbhai Kundaria, MLAs Bhanuben Kundaria, and Meghji Chavda, Mayor Jaimanbhai Upadhyay, Vice-Chancellor Pratapsinh Chauhan, Chairman Dhansukh Bhanderi, Deputy Mayor Darshitaben Shah, Mrs. Anjaliben Rupani and others.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat