CM Khattar Said While Addressing The Rally In Sirsa There Will Be A Medical College In Every District | Haryana News: CM Manohar Lal Khattar claimed
Haryana News: The Haryana government has given special focus on...
Haryana News: The Haryana government has given special focus on health infrastructure at this time. The government says that our goal is to open a medical college in every district to promote health infrastructure. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced development works worth Rs 575 crore during a rally in Kurukshetra and opposed several claims and announcements made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that medical colleges would be opened in every district of the state. The CM says that the land has also been identified in Sirsa district.
In fact, when our government was formed in 2014, there were 750 MBBS seats. With the opening of new medical colleges after the government came, now these seats have increased to 1,600. After this announcement, if more medical colleges will open in every district, then these seats will reach 2900. With this there will be no shortage of doctors in the state. Along with this, the government has opened a girls college in every 20 km radius. The government is also protecting them under the student transport security scheme.
Uniform development across the state
Taking a jibe at the Congress government, Khattar said, keeping the party’s politics separate, equal development is being done in the entire state. Considering the people of the state as our family, we have worked in the spirit of Haryana Ek-Haryanvi Ek. In order to save youth from drug addiction and encourage them towards sports in the villages of Sirsa district, gym and facilities for sports will also be made at a cost of Rs 5 to 10 lakh.
Continuous improvement in the field of education
Describing the work done by the government for education reforms, the CM said, continuous improvement is being done in the field of education. Haryana has been ranked first in education reform in the report released by NITI Aayog. The state government has distributed free tablets to five lakh students of class X, XI and XII by spending Rs 650 crore.
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