UP CM Yogi Adityanath lays foundation stone of medical college in Bijnore
The Rs 281 crore medical college will be ready in 18 months, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced. He said it will be named after Mahatma Vidur.
Bijnore: Fulfilling the long-pending demand of the local people, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday laid the foundation stone of a medical college in Bijnore.The Rs 281 crore medical college will be ready in 18 months, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister announced. He said it will be named after Mahatma Vidur.Also Read: MBBS Foundation Course for MP students to now Include Lectures...
Bijnore: Fulfilling the long-pending demand of the local people, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday laid the foundation stone of a medical college in Bijnore.
The Rs 281 crore medical college will be ready in 18 months, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister announced. He said it will be named after Mahatma Vidur.
Addressing a public meeting on this occasion, he said after this medical college, the youth of Bijnore will not have to travel to Delhi, Lucknow and Meerut to pursue medical studies. Besides, it will cater to a large population of Bijnore and surrounding areas with modern health care.
"Post-independence, UP could set up only 12 government medical colleges. In contrast, our government provided good health facilities to the public with 32 new medical colleges built between 2017 and 2021," he said.
The CM said the long-pending demand of the local people and the public representatives has been met. The CM said that development works worth Rs 1426 crore have already been done here while development works worth the same cost are going on.
CM Yogi said that before 2017, on the occasion of any festivals, riots and clashes used to take place. The previous governments used to play with the faiths of the people. Even, the Kaanwar Yatra was banned. After 2017, there was not been a single riot in UP. Illegal slaughterhouses have been closed. The rioters were warned that their property will be confiscated and they will be fined heavily.
Earlier, the CM was in Moradabad to lay the foundation stone of development projects worth Rs 69.58 crore.
Coming down hard on the opposition, CM Yogi Adityanath, said that during the previous governments development was confined to a 'single family' and even now the opposition has always worked to cause hindrance in the development of the state.
"Before 2017, the government was engaged in the development of a single-family. Saifai was everything to them. Corruption was rampant in the development schemes and recruitments, but today the whole of UP is developing. 42 lakh poor have been given housing under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana," said the CM.
In an event organised at the Thakurdwara assembly, the CM also distributed certificates and cheques to the beneficiaries of various schemes of 13 departments.
Highlighting the infrastructure work done in the state, the Chief Minister said that earlier there were no roads in the villages. There was no difference between the field and the road. Today, there are roads of hot mix plants being constructed in the villages.
The CM said that development is the sole criterion of good governance. A corrupt government ruins the life of the common people. BJP has brought development to Uttar Pradesh. Moradabad's public representatives are transforming the city through development schemes.
"Under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, UP has become self-sufficient in oxygen production. Moradabad has two oxygen plants in working condition today," he said.
The CM also mentioned that it is because of the developed health infrastructure available in Moradabad and Ghaziabad that people now are coming from Delhi here for treatment.
"Since the COVID period, the government is giving free ration to the people of UP, whereas the previous governments have done the work of eating the ration of the poor."
The Chief Minister said that earlier in Western UP, the morale of criminals was too high. The families used to be worried about the safety of their daughters. Girls could not go to school. Now, the picture has changed.
"The criminals have been demoralized with the zero-tolerance policy of the government. Daughters in Uttar Pradesh are safe. The government has worked to make women self-reliant. Over 20 thousand daughters were recruited in the police department. Along with being self-reliant, the women of UP are also curbing the crime today," he said.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the land lease matters of those people who came from Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan in 1947, are still pending. The previous governments did nothing in this regard but now this problem will be resolved soon.
The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the initiative to give citizenship to Hindus when there were atrocities on them in neighboring countries, but the opposition also tried to obstruct it.
He also stated that the construction work of the Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya has started under the guidance of PM Modi.
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