Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid foundation stones and inaugurated six developments projects, which including National Cancer Institute, Shri Krishna Ayush and Jhajjar University, Kurukshetra in Haryana.  

The Prime Minister visited the state to participate in 2019 Swachh Shakti, an event to give recognition to the leadership role played by rural women in Swachh Bharat Mission towards the achievement of an open and clean defecation free country by October 2, 2019.

The event was also participated by women sarpanches and associated with the “Swachhta” campaign across the nation. He further distributed the 2019 Swachh Shakti awards to the winners.

The Prime Minister further unveiled Rs. 2035-crore National Cancer Institute (NIC), Badhsa in Jhajjar district via video conferencing. The NIC is a state-of-the-art tertiary cancer care-cum-research institute, set-up at AIIMS Jhajjar campus. The 700-bed hospital will offer facilities like radiation oncology, anesthesia, surgical oncology, medical oncology, nuclear medicine, and palliative care, besides hostel rooms facilities for doctors and attendants of cancer patients, reads an official statement.

The Prime Minister will also inaugurate Faridabad’s ESIC Medical College and Hospital. It will be the first ESIC Medical College and Hospital in north India and it has 510 beds.

PM Modi also laid the foundation stone of Panchkula, National Institute of Ayurveda being developed at Shri Mata Mansa Devi temple complex there. It will be a national-level institute for  Ayurveda education, research, and treatment as well.

The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of Sri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, first varsity related in Haryana to the Indian System of Medicine and first-of-its-kind in India, was also laid by him.

PM Modi will further lay the foundation stone of “Battles of Panipat Museum”. It will honor the heroes of the battles of Panipat. In Karnal, he also laid the foundation stone of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay University of Health Sciences.

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