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Gujarat CM inaugurates J. B. Multispecialty Hospital at Aniyad in Panchmahal

Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani today called for participation of trusts and organizations in commencing hospital in every tribal district and help government to realize the dream of commencing medical hospital in each and every district of tribal population. He dedicated state of art J. B. General Hospital at Aniyad village of taluka Sehra. This hospital has been built by Gopalak Vikas Mandal at the cost of Rs. 10 crore.

CM Shri Rupani said that any trust or organization making such initiative will be provided government land, government hospital and Rs. 25 lakh per student. He also announced to commence subsidized government generic stores. He appreciated the steps taken by MLA Shri Jethabhai Bharwad and Gopalak Vikas Mandal with a view to wipe out tears of poor with establishment of this hospital.

CM Shri Rupani gifted Sehra taluka by laying foundation stone and dedicated various developmental works worth more than Rs. 23 crore along with three bridges organized by the state government. In which Taluka Seva Sadan also has been included to be constructed at Sehra.

CM Shri Rupani said that the state government has begun comprehensive implementation of PESA act to ensure tribal welfare and their all-round prosperity. State government has appreciated their forest conservation services of tribals through PESA act, he added.

He briefed people about various government welfare and medical schemes such as maintenance to sickle cell anemia patients, to bring dead-body of poor person from government hospital to their native or home etc. On the occasion Shri Rupani felicitated winner Sarpanchs of Sehra taluka.

On the occasion, Minister of State for Road & Building Department Shri Jaydrathsinh Parmar, Shri Shabdsharan Brahmbhatt, District Panchayat President Smt. Ketuben Desai, MLAs Shri Arvindbhai Rathod, Smt. Manishaben Suthar, In-charge Secretary Shri Manoj Agarwal, District Collector Smt. P. Bharthi, DDO Shri Vijaysinh Vaghela, office-bearers and local people in huge number were remained present.

Source: Information Department, Gujarat