Laying of AIIMS foundation stone by PM will be historic moment for Vijaypur: Ganga

Former Minister Chander Prakash Ganga interacting with media persons at Vijaypur. -Excelsior/Gautam
Former Minister Chander Prakash Ganga interacting with media persons at Vijaypur. -Excelsior/Gautam

Excelsior Correspondent
SAMBA, Jan 30: Laying of foundation stone of AIIMS by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 3 will be a historic moment for the Vijaypur constituency.
This was stated by Former Minister Chander Prakash today while talking to media persons at Vijaypur, here.
Ganga, while making a fervent appeal to all for participation in the PM rally on February 3 at Vijaypur, said that it is a matter of great happiness for the people of the constituency that Prime Minister is visiting Vijaypur to inaugurate AIIMS and we must treat it as an opportunity for us to listen to legend of an era.
“Narendra Modi is the only PM who rules the hearts and minds of the people not due to any political influence but because of his deep love and concern for people of the Nation”, he asserted. He said that the Youth and children are deeply inspired by the PM and this will definitely play a great part towards Nation’s peace, progress and prosperity.
He appealed people especially youth and students who form the basis of a strong nation, to attend the inaugural ceremony of AIIMS as it will be a privilege for them to listen to PM who is an icon for the nation.
Later, Ganga took stock of preparations being made for Maha Rally of PM at Vijaypur on February 3 going to be held at AIIMS Ground Vijaypur in separate meetings with the BJP workers in various border villages of the Constituency.
He conducted meetings at border villages like Khour Salarian, Channi Fatwal, Abtal, Nanga, Rangoor Camp, Kamore Camp, Keso Manhasan, Bandral, Keranwali and Sarwa of Block Ramgarh and impressed upon the party men to ensure that all arrangements are put in place well in time regarding the high profile visit.


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