Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is expected to sign a few memorandums of understanding with the Delhi government to provide quality health and education facilities to residents of the state during his visit to the nation’s capital on Monday.
In a bid to revamp the existing health and education infrastructure across the state, the Punjab Chief Minister will on Monday embark on a tour of the leading health and educational institutes in the nation’s capital.
He would be accompanied by a battery of senior officers from the departments of school education and health and family welfare to brief them on the prevalent patterns in these two crucial sectors directly attributable to human development, according to the minister’s office. chief of Punjab.
The move aims to beautify Punjab’s health and education infrastructure by replicating Delhi’s model in these two key sectors, in line with Punjab’s CMO.
Further emphasizing, the Spokesperson said that from the morning, the Chief Minister will visit Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Excellence in Kalka ji followed by Mohalla Clinics in Greater Kailash, Chirag enclave, after which he will visit Kautilya Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya Chirag Enclave government.
The spokesperson further said that after giving an update on the facilities of this school, the Chief Minister and his Delhi counterpart, Arvind Kejriwal will inaugurate the newly constructed swimming pool in the school.
The Punjab CM will then visit the Rajiv Gandhi Hospital in Dilshad Garden and inspect the quality healthcare facilities provided to the citizens.
The Punjab CM was also due to visit public schools in Delhi on April 18, but it was later postponed. However, the reason for Bhagwant Mann’s postponement has not been established.
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