Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Vijaybhai Rupani today laid foundation stone of Matushri Kashiben Damjibhai Parvadiya Multi-Speciality Hospital & Para Medical College and Hostel to be constructed at the cost of Rs. 40 crore by Shri Patel Seva Samaj at Atkot in Jasdan Taluka of Rajkot district in the august presence of Pu. Morari Bapu.
Congratulating the donors, founders and trustees of Patel Seva Samaj, CM Shri Rupani said that this welfare initiative will give new hope to the larger section of needy people and aspiring students of surrounding areas. He also talked about different health related initiatives of the state government and shared that people have to join hands for creating a healthy society.
CM Shri Rupani said that the state government is concerned about the water, agricultural services and electricity for the farmers. He shared that this government has extended waters of Narmada to the lands of farmers of Saurashtra. Moreover, loan up to Rs. 3 lakh at only 1% interest rate will be given to farmers of Gujarat within short span of time. State Government has arranged to provide financial assistance to the poor people for their health and treatment, he added.
In his short address CM Shri Rupani said that the farmers will be benefitted through the new agriculture insurance policy which has been executed by the Union Government. The state government is committed for the growth of backward areas of the state.
On this occasion Pu. Morari Bapu, Union Minister of State for Agriculture Shri Parshottambhai Rupala, Managing Trustee of the organization Dr. Bharatbhai Bodhra, Porbandar MP Shri Vitthalbhai Radadiya, Rajkot MP Shri Mohanbhai Kundariya, State Minister Shri Chimanbhai Sapariya, BJP State President Shri Jitubhai Vaghani, State Minister Shri Jayeshbhai Radadiya, Minister of State Shri Vallabhbhai Vaghasiya, Shri Jayantibhai Kavadiya, Parliamentary Secretary Shri Shamjibhai Chauhan, MP Shri Naranbhai Kachhadiya, Executive Collector Shri Vijay Nehra, donors, trustees, community leaders and people in large number were remained present.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat