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Assam: PM Modi inaugurates seven cancer hospitals from Dibrugarh

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Guwahati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated a cancer hospital at Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh and dedicate Dibrugarh Cancer Hospital to the nation.

PM Modi also laid the foundation stone for six more cancer hospitals in the state. 

Prime Minister dedicated to the nation seven cancer hospitals completed under phase 1 of the project. These cancer Hospitals are built at Dibrugarh, Kokrajhar, Barpeta, Darrang, Tezpur, Lakhimpur, and Jorhat.

PM Modi is on a one-day visit to Assam.

PM Narendra Modi addressed a mega rally at Diphu in Karbi Anglong district of Assam.

PM Modi also laid the foundation for key projects in the Karbi Anglong district of Assam.

PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation for a Veterinary College in Diphu, a government degree college in West Karbi Anglong and an agricultural college at Kolonga in West Karbi Anglong.

These projects would be implemented at an estimated cost of Rs 500 crore.

On reaching Diphu PM Modi addressed a massive crowd at the “Peace, Unity and Development” rally in Karbi Anglong district. 

Addressing the rally PM Modi said that it is the love and affection of the people of Assam which brings him here.

He also said that in the states where there is a double engine government, works are done with the spirit of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas’

Laying the foundation stones for projects relating to healthcare and education including a Veterinary College in Diphu, Degree College in West Karbi Anglong and Agricultural College in Kolonga PM Modi that these are not just foundation stones of veterinary college, agriculture college and model college in Karbi Anglong and West Karbing Anglong, but they are going to set the future of the youth of this region.

The prime minister also laid the foundation stone for more than 2,950 Amrit Sarovar projects. The state will develop these Amrit Sarovars at a cumulative cost of around Rs 1,150 crore. 

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