On Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah lay the groundwork for a modern 750-bed hospital in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar.
Kutch Radiology and Imaging Centre is building the hospital (KRIC). Shah also placed the hospital’s foundation stone on Tuesday at 10.30 a.m. at the KRIC College Campus in Gandhinagar’s Kalol city.
The hospital is said to contain numerous contemporary facilities, such as an outpatient department, indoor facilities, X-ray, radiology, a laboratory, an operating theatre, obstetrics, ICU, and ultrasound.
The laying of the foundation stone of the hospital is part of various programmes of the Home Minister in Gandhinagar on Tuesday.
Shah offered prayers at ‘Rupal Vardayini Mata’ temple and inaugurated the newly-constructed ‘Golden Garbhagriha’ at 12 pm in Gujarat’s Rupal.
He attended an event on an underpass inaugurated by Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation around 12.25 pm.
He also laid down the foundation stone of the new building of Gujarat Technological University (GTU) around 3.30 pm in Lekawara.
Besides, the Home Minister offered prayers in the Mahakali temple of Ambode and laid the foundation stone of various works for the development of the temple by the holy ‘Yatradham Development Board’ at around 5 pm.
Shah also attended the Bhoomipujan of Martyrs Memorial and Library in a Primary School in Samau, in Gujarat’s Mansa later.
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