PM Modi Launches Several Projects In Haryana, Major Focus On HealthcarePM Narendra Modi. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday (12 February) laid foundation stones for several development projects at Kurukshetra in Haryana, reports NewsOnAir.

Modi inaugurated a state-of-the-art tertiary cancer care-cum-research centre, the National Cancer Institute, at Bhadsa in AIIMS Jhajjar campus.

The 700-bed hospital will reportedly have surgical oncology, palliative care and nuclear medicine facilities, besides lodging facilities for doctors and attenders of patients.

In Faridabad, Modi also inaugurated the Employees' State Insurance Corporation's (ESIC) medical college and hospital. This will be the first ESIC medical college and hospital in north India. It is envisaged as a 510-bed hospital and will have top class facilities.

Also, the foundation stone of a National Institute of Ayurveda in Panchkula, being set up at Shri Mata Mansa Devi Temple Complex, was laid by the PM. It is touted to be a national-level institute for Ayurveda treatment, education and research.

The foundation stone of the first university relating to the Indian system of medicine in Haryana, Sri Krishna Ayush University in Kurukshetra, was also laid by Modi.

Additionally, another foundation stone was laid for Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay University of Health Sciences in Karnal.

The PM also laid the foundation stone of 'Battles of Panipat Museum' at Panipat to honour heroes of various battles of Panipat.

He also presented the Swachh Shakti awards to women sarpanches from across the country in Swach Shakti 2019 programme.

Swach Shakti, a project aimed at empowering women, is a national event which is attended by women panchs and sarpanchs from across the country.

An Appeal...

Dear Reader,

As you are no doubt aware, Swarajya is a media product that is directly dependent on support from its readers in the form of subscriptions. We do not have the muscle and backing of a large media conglomerate nor are we playing for the large advertisement sweep-stake.

Our business model is you and your subscription. And in challenging times like these, we need your support now more than ever.

We deliver over 10 - 15 high quality articles with expert insights and views. From 7AM in the morning to 10PM late night we operate to ensure you, the reader, get to see what is just right.

Becoming a Patron or a subscriber for as little as Rs 1200/year is the best way you can support our efforts.

Become A Patron
Become A Subscriber
Advertisement