Opposition is trying hard to topple my govt, while we are focused on work: CM
Jamshedpur: Chief Minister Hemant Soren laid the foundation of a 500-bed hospital building at MGM Hospital as well as a flyover at Mango during his Jamshedpur visit.
The CM energized his supporters with these twin gifts.
According to the pre-announced program, he reached Gopal Maidan in Bistupur, Jamshedpur on Monday, where he was accorded a warm welcome.
The Chief Minister Hemant Soren reached Sonari Airport, where he was given a guard of honour.
After this, the Chief Minister reached Gopal Maidan located at Bistupur, the venue of the scheduled programme.
He stayed there for about two hours.
During this, he laid the foundation of the Mango Bridge cum flyover as well as a 500-bed hospital building for MGM Hospital.
He also distributed certificates and different assets among the beneficiaries under Apki Yojana, Apki sarkar, Apke dwar program.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren was accompanied by the Tribal Welfare and Transport Minister Champai Soren and Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Alamgir.as well as the Health Minister Banna Gupta and Labor Planning, Training and Skill Development Minister Satyanand Bhokta, MLA Ramdas Soren, MLA Mangal Kalindi, MLA Samir Mohanty as well as the MLA Sanjeev Sardar.
Senior district officials including the Deputy Commissioner of the district were also present on this occasion.
Addressing the people on the occasion, Jharkhand Health Minister Banna Gupta thanked the Jharkhand government.
He expressed his gratitude to the Chief Minister for laying the foundation stone for the bed hospital and flyover.
While addressing the people, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren gave details about different schemes.
Taking a dig at the BJP, he said that the opposition has tried hard to bring down his government, but the government is doing its work.
He said that development is his priority and the goal is to take the schemes of the people to the doorsteps.
After his address, assets worth crores were distributed among hundreds of beneficiaries.