Publish Date: | Wed, Jan 12 2022 6:38 PM (IST)
Jhabua (Representative of New Zealand). Inder Singh Parmar, the minister in charge of the district, came on a tour of the district on Tuesday night. He gave many gifts to the people of the district. On Friday night, the scan machine installed in the district hospital, ICU as well as the Kovid ward were launched. The process of giving gifts continued on Wednesday as well. He inaugurated the bridge over Anas river. Along with this, the vehicle of Chief Minister Ration Scheme was flagged off. Apart from this, he also participated in other programs. On the question of closure of schools, Minister in-charge Parmar said that at present no such decision has been taken. This decision will be taken in the coming days.
For a long time, people were facing problems due to the narrow bridge built on the Anas river. So the construction work of the bridge was going on for 2 years. Recently the construction work was completed. On Wednesday, the in-charge minister Parmar inaugurated the bridge by cutting the lace. He said that the central and state governments are continuously developing. The development of Jhabua is also happening continuously. There will be no shortage of development work. During this, Collector Somesh Mishra, MP Gumansingh Damor, Jhabua MLA Kantilal Bhuria, BJP District President Laxman Singh Nayak, Daulat Bhavsar, Shantilal Bilwal and many BJP officials were present.
District hospital got many gifts
The minister in-charge reached the district hospital on Tuesday night. He inaugurated the scan machine installed here. Apart from this, he also inaugurated ICU and Kovid ward. He took information about the arrangements of the district hospital from District Health Officer JS Thakur, Civil Surgeon Dr BS Baghel.
no mask no stuff
The minister in charge attended the meeting of the Disaster Management Committee at 11 am on Wednesday. Here he got information about health services. He said that at present there is no lockdown like situation. Yet more caution is needed. He appealed to the common people to maintain physical distance with masks. During this, Neeraj Singh Rathore of the Social Federation gave information about the campaign, if not the mask, run by the Sangh. Sanjay Kanthi, President of the Traders Association, told about the campaign by all the traders to put up information about masks on their establishments, if there is no mask, then there is no goods. Officers of many organizations including Collector Somesh Mishra, Superintendent of Police Asutosh Gupta, Manoj Arora were present in the meeting.
District got synthetic lawn tennis court
The newly constructed synthetic lawn tennis court at Police Line Jhabua of Sports and Youth Welfare Department was inaugurated by the Minister in-charge Inder Singh Parmar at 8.30 pm on Tuesday. On the arrival of the Minister, the players of Archery cum Training Center and Karate Training Center welcomed the Minister Parmar warmly with a shout of Jai Hind by the players. On this occasion Collector Somesh Mishra, Superintendent of Police Ashutosh Gupta, Additional Superintendent of Police Anand Singh Vaskle, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Siddharth Jain, Bharatiya Janata Party District President Laxman Singh Nayak, Municipal President Ankur Pathak etc. Administrative officers and Bharatiya Janata Party officials were present. Were. Lawn tennis court was inaugurated by the Minister in-charge Parmar by playing Lawn Tennis game himself. Sports Officer Vijay Kumar Salaam said that the synthetic lawn tennis court has been constructed in the district at a cost of Rs 25 lakh. The district has received the gift of Lawn Tennis Court under the guidance of the Superintendent of Police. On this occasion officers and employees of Police Department, officers, employees and sportspersons of Sports Department were present.