PM Modi will inaugurate the medical camp in Surat today, 66 thousand people will get the facility
Delhi Police said elaborate arrangements have been made for the safety of pedestrians, including children, and to ensure smooth movement of traffic in New Delhi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will digitally inaugurate a medical camp in Olpad area of Surat city of Gujarat today i.e. on Thursday and will also interact with the beneficiaries of various state and centrally sponsored schemes. A state minister gave this information.
The program and the medical camp are being organized by Olpad MLA Mukesh Patel, who is the Minister of State for Agriculture, Energy and Petrochemicals in the Government of Gujarat. Patel told the media, "Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a big day-long medical camp on Thursday morning. Around 66,000 residents of Olpad constituency have registered themselves for the free medical camp.
He said that 3,000 doctors would conduct health tests in this medical camp to be held in the premises of 'Arts and Commerce College' in Olpad. Patel said, "On this occasion, the Prime Minister will also interact with some beneficiaries of state and central government sponsored schemes like Widow Pension Scheme and Ayushman Bharat Card." Identity cards will also be given to the members of "Panna Samiti".
At the same time, PM Modi will inaugurate the first phase of Central Vista Avenue today. In this sequence, he will unveil the statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose at India Gate at 7 pm. PM Modi will inaugurate the 3-km long duty path from Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate. Central Vista Avenue, stretching from Vijay Chowk to India Gate, will be opened to the general public on September 8. Delhi Police said elaborate arrangements have been made for the safety of pedestrians, including children, and to ensure smooth movement of traffic in New Delhi.