Governor Patel all praise for Chief Minister Chouhan

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 11 Sep 2018 10:18:41



Staff Reporter

“The present State Government under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has achieved historical targets to transform the previous unimpressive scenario of medical services in the State. The Government has done a great job to provide relief to the patients especially pregnant women to maintain their health. The Government has not only ensured better treatment facilities for pregnant women and lactating mothers but also worked to improve their physical and mental health by bearing the expenses of their nutritional diet”, opined, Governor and Chancellor, Madhya Pradesh University of Medical Science, Anandi Ben Patel.

Governor, Anandi Ben Patel was addressing the crowd while laying the foundation stone for Administrative Building of Madhya Pradesh University of Medical Science at the campus of Netaji Subhash Chandra Medical College and Hospital on Monday evening.

Governor and Chancellor, Anandi Ben Patel graced the event with her energetic presence as chief guest with Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

Prominent public leaders who shared the dais included Member of Parliament and State President, Bhartiya Janta Party, Rakesh Singh, Minister of State for Medical Education, Sharad Jain, MLA, Ashok Rohani, MLA, Sushil Tiwari, MLA, Nandini Maravi, Pratibha Singh, MLA, Anchal Sonkar, former State Minister, Ajay Vishnoi, Chairman, Mahakoushal Development Authority, Prabhat Sahu, Chairman, Jabalpur Development Authority, Dr Vinod Mishra, President, Jila Panchayat, Manorama Patel and others. Dr R S Sharma, Vice-Chancellor Madhya Pradesh University of Medical Science presided over the event.

Dr P D Juyal, Vice-chancellor, Nanaji Deshmukh University of Veterinary Science, Dr. PK Bisen, Vice-Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University and Dr K D Mishra, Vice-chancellor, Rani Durgavati University were specially present on this occasion.

Governor, Anandi Ben appealed common public to maintain cleanliness at their homes and surroundings to protect their families specially children from different contagious diseases. As unhygienic atmosphere and impure water are two main causes behind 80 percent of the diseases affected the people in bulk. Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan appreciated the efforts of Vice-Chancellor, Medical University to making it the first medical university of the country where the students can also attend their examination through Hindi medium.

The Chief Minister further remembered former Prime Minister, Bharatratna late Atal Behari Vajpayee and saluted Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi for their efforts to popularize Hindi at global-level.

Chief Minister Chouhan appealed the Vice-chancellor, Medical University to promote research works in Ayurved also so that the oldest Indian therapy would get new lease of life. As in lack of research activities, Ayurveda therapy has been neglected a lot.

He also mentioned about Ayushman Bharat Yojana initiated by Prime Minister, Modi to ensure social security for 10 crore families across the country. Under the scheme, 10 crore families across the country will receive free treatment upto Rs. 5 lakh for fatal diseases.

Dr. Sharma, Vice-chancellor, Medical University, extended gratitude towards the Chief Minister for gifting Medical University to the people of Mahaoushal region. The University helps a lot to maintain uniformity in syllabus and other activities conducted for medical students.

The gathering was also addressed by BJP State President, Rakesh Singh who thanked the State Government for blessing Jabalpur people with medical university. He informed that out of total five universities being run in Jabalpur, three commenced during the tenure of BJP government in the State.

At the onset, Governor, Anandiben and Chief Minister, Chouhan unveiled the plaque to inaugurate construction of Administrative Building of State Medical University amidst chanting of spiritual hymns. The administrative building is being constructed with the cost of Rs. 73 crores. Later, they inaugurated the programme with lighting of ceremonial lamp. The invited dignitaries also released the Dental Department's souvenir.