Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia inaugurated the civil hospital constructed at a cost of Rs 5 crore 50 lakh at Sanwer, Indore. Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary, Water Resources Minister Tulsiram Silawat, MP Shankar Lalwani, Indore Development Authority chairman Jaipal Singh Chavda, MLAs and public representatives were present.
Union Minister Scindia said that Sanver will be kept ahead in every field of development and this area is moving forward on the path of development, the public will get all the facilities. Scindia said that while cherishing the dream of making India the ‘Vishwa Guru’, we all stand together to fulfill the vision of the immortal martyrs who sacrificed their lives. Today new stories of development are being written. The network of roads is spread across the state. Water and electricity are continuously becoming available for irrigation.
Scindia further said that everyone will be benefited by the gift of civil hospital received in the evening. With the development in the field of education and health, the young generation is getting new opportunities to move forward. Development is getting a new pace. The pace is increasing continuously, in the coming time India will become the third largest economy in the world under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. An irrigation project worth Rs 3,000 crore has been approved. The crops of Sanver and Malwa are of international standard. Its demand is everywhere. This irrigation project will prove to be a boon. To fulfill the promise made, we are moving forward with everyone.
Water Resources Minister Silawat said that Sanwer has got a big gift today in the form of a 50-bed hospital. Here facilities like Indore will be available. Jyotiraditya Scindia has come to fulfill the announcement made by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Minister Silawat said that we have established new dimensions of development in the field of education as well. Post graduate level studies have also started in Sanver’s college. A network of roads is being laid here. More than 100 roads are being upgraded and newly constructed in Sanver. He said that irrigation facility is continuously increasing in Sanver area. Arrangements have been made to take Narmada water to the villages. Silawat said that water is being provided door-to-door under Jal-Jeevan Mission in more than 200 villages at a cost of Rs 149 crore in Sanver assembly constituency.
Health Minister Dr. Chaudhary said that there has been continuous improvement in health facilities in Madhya Pradesh. More than one thousand health institutions have been upgraded.