The Chief Minister expressed deep condolences on the death of Shri Amir Chand, the All India General Secretary of Sanskar Bharti
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has condoled the death of Shri Amir Chand, the All India General Secretary of Sanskar Bharti. The Chief Minister said that Shri Amir Chand was always dedicated to strengthening the national values in public life. Wishing peace to the departed soul, he expressed condolences to the bereaved families.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed the problems of the people in the Janta Darshan organized at Gorakhnath Temple, Gorakhpur on October 16, 2021
Chief Minister’s visit to the district Siddharthnagar
In view of the proposed inauguration program of 07 medical colleges, including the newly built self-governing Government Medical College in Siddharthnagar district on October 25, 2021, by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the district Siddharthnagar today. It is to be noted that the 06 other newly constructed medical colleges which will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister include the medical colleges of Etah, Hardoi, Ghazipur, Mirzapur, Deoria and Pratapgarh. During his visit, the Chief Minister first inspected the public meeting site being built in the BSA ground. He visited the venue and inspected the under-construction pandal and gave necessary directions to the officials in this regard. He instructed to remove the electric wires passing between and around the ground in time.
After this, the Chief Minister inspected the newly built Autonomous Government Medical College. He inspected the entire campus along with the labs, rooms, meeting halls built in the newly constructed medical college. After the inspection, he reviewed the arrangements being made regarding the launch program in a meeting convened there. He obtained information about the medical facilities available in the newly constructed medical college from the Principal Medical College. Regarding the preparations for the program, the District Magistrate apprised the Chief Minister that all the preparations related to it have been almost completed.
The Chief Minister directed that in view of the security of the Prime Minister, a strong security arrangement should be ensured on the Indo-Nepal border by taking vigilance. He directed to ensure proper parking arrangement at the venue. While addressing the media representatives on the occasion of the visit to the Siddharthnagar district, the Chief Minister said that a chain of medical colleges is being established in the state under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana. Under this chain, a medical college has been constructed in the Siddharthnagar district. He said that earlier there was only one BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur district of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. Today AIIMS is almost ready in the Gorakhpur district. It will be inaugurated soon by the Prime Minister.
The Chief Minister informed that 100 students of MBBS will be admitted every year in Siddharthnagar Medical College, who will come after getting selected from NEET. The medical college of district Siddharthnagar is all set to start the classes of its first session. The medical college will be named after Shri Madhav Prasad Tripathi. He has visited the district Siddharthanagar with the aim of congratulating the Prime Minister on the land of Lord Buddha. After the medical college becomes functional in Siddharthnagar district, better health facilities will be available to the people of the friendly country Nepal not only nearby.
The Chief Minister said that last year the State Government had inaugurated a medical college in Basti district. The admission process has started in this medical college. Similarly, in the medical college of district Bahraich also, the admission process was started 02 years ago. This series will continue like this in future also. The Chief Minister said that the National Medical Commission has given recognition to 07 medical colleges in the state. 100 students of MBBS will be given admission in each medical college. The admission of all these students will be done by the NEET Council. The state government is committed to establishing one medical college each in all 75 districts. Health Minister Shri Jai Pratap Singh, Minister of State for Basic Education (Independent Charge) Dr Satish Chandra Dwivedi, other public representatives and senior officials of the administration were present on the occasion.
(This story has not been edited except the headline by Aglasem and has been published as the English translation of the press release received from the agency.)