The Medical College began to shine with the Prime Minister’s welcome

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Ayodhya. Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College was honored for the arrival of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Ayodhya on Sunday. Since the main road has not yet been built, the roads on the other alternate route that goes from the side of the airport were superb so there are no problems with the CM convoy passing by. The entire campus of the medical school was cleaned and decorated with colorful electric lights.
Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath is coming to Ayodhya on Sunday for a three-hour tour. During this time there is also a program by CM to inspect the Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College Ganja and the hospital built in Darshannagar. Once this information was received, both medical college campuses were cleaned and made clean and bright.
Since it is not possible to get to the main road to get to the Ganja-built building, the road near the airport and behind Avadh University was chosen as an alternative route that goes through the Medical College to Ganja Village.
In view of the Prime Minister’s visit, this road, which had been in poor condition for a year, was hastily made clean and shiny by the Stadtwerke and Stadtwerke teams. As a rule, professors, associate professors, students and other passers-by who passed these paths were also surprised.
The construction work on the multi-purpose hall built on the campus of the medical university itself has not yet been completed. The reason for this is given for budget reasons. His noise protection work has long been established. According to the medical university administration, the prime minister will also inspect this room. For this reason, it is expected that the stalled work on the building will soon be completed.
If the Prime Minister’s arrival program had been done from the paved main road to the Medical College, the picture of this route might have changed as well. This is the main road that leads to Medical College via Sultanpur Road.
Efforts have been made in the past two years to improve the road surface. Even after receipt of the spending money, the construction of this road will not begin because of the CRPF camp built in between.
In the talks that have been held between the CRPF officials and the county government officials, the possibility of a road emerges once the matter is resolved. The citizens of the region say that I hope that when the Prime Minister’s convoy passes this street, maybe this street will be rejuvenated too.
Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College Rector Prof. Vijay Kumar said Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will come on Sunday to inspect the medical college. All preparations for this have been completed. After the bald head inspection, there is information on how to get to the hospital in Darshannagar. It was ordered to start an oxygen pipeline on twenty beds.

Ayodhya. Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College was honored for the arrival of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Ayodhya on Sunday. Since the main road has not yet been built, the roads on the other alternate route that goes from the side of the airport were superb so there are no problems with the CM convoy passing by. The entire campus of the medical school was cleaned and decorated with colorful electric lights.

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath is coming to Ayodhya on Sunday for a three-hour tour. During this time there is also a program by CM to inspect the Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College Ganja and the hospital built in Darshannagar. As soon as this information is available, the two rooms of the medical university are cleaned and made bright.

Since it is not possible to get to the main road to get to the Ganja-built building, the road near the airport and behind Avadh University was chosen as an alternative route that goes through the Medical College to Ganja Village.

In view of the Prime Minister’s visit, this road, which had been in poor condition for a year, was hastily made clean and shiny by the Stadtwerke and Stadtwerke teams. As a rule, professors, associate professors, students and other passers-by who passed these paths were also surprised.

The construction work on the multi-purpose hall built on the campus of the medical university itself has not yet been completed. The reason for this is given for budget reasons. His noise protection work has long been established. According to the medical university administration, the prime minister will also inspect this room. For this reason, it is expected that the stalled work on the building will soon be completed.

If the Prime Minister’s arrival program had been done from the paved main road to the Medical College, the picture of this route might have changed as well. This is the main road that leads to Medical College via Sultanpur Road.

Efforts have been made in the past two years to improve the road surface. Even after receipt of the spending money, the construction of this road will not begin because of the CRPF camp built in between.

In the talks that have been held between the CRPF officials and the county government officials, the possibility of a road emerges once the matter is resolved. Citizens of the region say I wish that if the Prime Minister’s convoy had passed this street, that street might have been rejuvenated.

Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College Rector Prof. Vijay Kumar said Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will come on Sunday to inspect the medical college. All preparations for this have been completed. After the bald head inspection, there is information on how to get to the hospital in Darshannagar. It was ordered to start an oxygen pipeline on twenty beds.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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