Guwahati: In view of the proposed visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Dibrugarh district of Assam on April 28, state Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma visited the Khanikar Police Reserve area on Sunday to explore the possibility of using the area as a venue.
CM Sarma asked officials concerned to initiate steps to remove all glitches for the successful conduct of the event.
CM Sarma along with other ministers also inspected the Cancer Hospital which is being built at Dibrugarh under Cancer Care Foundation.
Chief Minister Sarma also reviewed the finishing touches being given to the hospital with doctors and construction engineers.
Notably, PM Modi will inaugurate seven cancer hospitals out of 10 in Assam and lay the foundation for seven more hospitals during his visit to the state.
Later, Sarma held a meeting with the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Dibrugarh, Biswajit Pegu and other state government officials and asked them to take all required steps to make the prime minister’s visit a grand success.