Speaker inaugurates reverse osmosis plant
14 May, 2018
Imphal: Speaker of the Manipur Legislative Assembly Y Khemchand
Singh inaugurated a Drinking Water Project (Reverse Osmosis Plant)
at Chingmeirong Maning Leikai, Imphal. The inaugural function was
organised by Bharat Vikas Parishad, Manipur, at Sinam Shyama Town
Hall, Chingmeirong ManingLeikai, Imphal. The Drinking Water Project
was installed under Bharat Vikas Parishad, a Non Profit Organisation,
working for the welfare of the people since inception. It may be
mentioned that the Parishad was started in the year 1999 in the
State and had 7 branches now.
The RO Plant which was inaugurated
today will be maintained jointly by Chingmeirong Maning Leikai
Singlup and Chingmeirong Social Welfare Association. Addressing the
gathering as chief guest of the inaugural function, Y Khemchand
Singh said that the installation of the Plant is a good beginning.
He also said that he will extend all possible help to Bharat Vikas
Parishad in taking up any projects in the State which will benefit
the people of the State.
Suresh Jain, National Organising secretary, BVP, said that the
installation of the Plant in the area is a step to make the people
aware of the benefit of such project. Stating that within six
months, an RO Plant will be installed at Bishnupur, he asked the
State president of BVP to submit 10 proposals to install Community
RO Plants in different parts of the State. He further said that BVP
will take up the project of opening of Skill Development Centre to
enhance the skills of the youths of the State. He appealed the local
people to render their co-operation and assistance to make the
project a success.
Former Chief Minister of Manipur Radhabinod Koijam, B Birmangal
Sharma, president, BVP, Manipur; Dr Sinam Rajendra Singh, National
vice-president, NE BVP; Swadesh Ranjan Goswami, National Additional
general secretary, NE BVP attended the inaugural function as special
invitee, president and guest of honour respectively. H Balkrisna
Singh, Director Information and Public Relations, members of the
Parishad and other invitees also attended the function.
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Foundation laying ceremony of
₹400-crore BVP Cancer Hospital held at Kota
The Medical Council of India (MCI) has given approval for
establishment of five government medical colleges in Rajasthan,
revealed chief minister Vasundhara Raje on Friday.
She was in Kota to attend the foundation laying ceremony of the
₹400-crore Bharat Vikas Institute of Medical Sciences and Cancer
Hospital (BVIMSCH) of Bharat Vikas Parishad.
Raje said it is a matter of “great” pleasure that the MCI has
accorded its nod to five of the eight proposed government medical
colleges in Rajasthan announced in the previous budget. The new
medical colleges will be set up in Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Churu,
Dungarpur and Pali districts, she added. She said that a medical
college each in Barmer and Sikar districts would also be constructed
soon, whereas the foundation laying of the Government Medical
College in Dholpur was done recently.
Raje said that there are eight major medical colleges each in the
public and private sectors in Rajasthan, and the Bharat Vikas
Parishad’s proposed BVIMSCH would further increase the tally of such
medical colleges in the state. BVIMSCH will provide advanced health
facilities to the patients of Rajasthan and border districts of
Madhya Pradesh, she added.
Chief Minister said that Government of Rajasthan has also helped
people of the state to avail free treatment of around 1,100 health
ailments at 61 private hospitals and all government scheme of the
state with an expenditure of around ₹1,300 crore, which is a big
milestone in the direction of ensuring health facilities to the
people of the state,” she said, adding that ₹500 crore worth of free
drugs are also being provided to the state people. Around 1 lakh
people have been benefitted under the CMBSBY scheme in Kota division
alone, on which ₹60 crore have been spent so far, she further added.
“No state can progress without ensuring health and educational
facilities to its citizen,” she said.
Raje said ₹10,000 crore have already been spent on the development
projects in Kota, which would touch a figure of ₹12,000 by the
Speaking on the occasion, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sarkaryavah
Bhaiyyaji Joshi praised social organisations for “great work in the
field of education and health in the country” and called upon the
people to contribute more for the society.
Representatives of various social and charity organisations
announced donation for the BVPIMSCH in Kota on the occasion. Bharat
Vikas Parishad chairman Shyam Sharma was among others present.
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