PM  Narendra Modi to visit Assam tomorrow
PM Narendra Modi to visit Assam tomorrow

New Delhi: On Thursday, April 28, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Assam, where he will lay the foundation stone for a number of projects.

PM Modi will speak at a rally in Diphu, Karbi Anglong district, at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, according to the Prime Minister's Office. The PM will also lay the foundation stone for Diphu Veterinary College, West Karbi Anglong Degree College, and Agricultural College (Kolonga, West Karbi Anglong). These initiatives, which are estimated to be worth more than Rs 500 crore, will provide new opportunities for skilling and employment in the region.

According to the press release, the Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone for over 2,950 Amrit Sarovar projects at the event. The state will pay nearly Rs 1,150 crore to construct these Amrit Sarovars.  He will also lay the foundation stone for a number of educational projects. The PM will then arrive at Assam Medical College in Dibrugarh about 1.45 p.m. to dedicate the Dibrugarh Cancer Hospital to the country.

PM Modi will then attend a public function at Khanikar ground in Dibrugarh at around 3 p.m., where he will dedicate six new cancer hospitals to the country and lay the foundation stone for seven more.

According to a news statement from the Prime Minister's Office, the recent signing of the Memorandum of Settlement (MoS) by the Government of India and the Government of Assam with six Karbi militant organisations demonstrated the Prime Minister's steadfast commitment to regional peace and development.  "In the region, the MoS has ushered in a new era of peace. The Prime Minister's speech at the 'Peace, Unity, and Development Rally' will give a big boost to regional peace efforts "it said.

Assam Cancer Treatment Foundation, a joint venture of the Government of Assam and Tata Trusts, is building South Asia's largest inexpensive cancer care network, with 17 cancer care hospitals distributed across the state, in Dibrugarh.

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