Union Home Minister Amit Shah to visit Assam on the event of finishing of one year of the BJP government under Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.
As per sources Shah will visit Guwahati on a two-day visit on May 9 and 10.
On Monday morning (May 9), the home clergyman will meet with the BSF and afterward introduce the super-specialty clinic of Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) in the evening.
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened 7 disease care medical clinics in different areas during his visit to the state on April 28, authorities asserted the work will be a venturing stone toward transforming Assam into a wellbeing center point of South Asia.
According to sources, the new office of GMCH will incorporate a cardiothoracic and neuroscience focus (CNC), which will incorporate four divisions: cardiology, cardiothoracic, nervous system science and neurosurgery.
In the interim, on May 10, Shah will go to an occasion where President of India Ram Nath Kovind would grant the President’s Colors Award to the Assam Police.
Moreover, Home Minister will go to a party meeting at Sankardev Kalashetra, where he will report the various Guwahati projects.
The Cardiothoracic and Neuroscience Center (CNC) was worked at an expense of Rs 200 crore, with the state government bearing most of the cost, yet with monetary guide from the Center. Better offices were required for these four divisions, where a major number of patients come for treatment consistently, as indicated by the authority.
Shah will likewise introduce the new representative official’s and police magistrate’s places of business in Guwahati, Chief Minister expressed.
Shah will likewise introduce work on public scientific establishment in Guwahati, Sarma added.