Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan dedicated a 100-bed Civil Hospital constructed at a cost of about Rs 11 crore in Sarangpur of Rajgarh district on Sunday. Apprising about various public welfare schemes, Chouhan said that all will have to make coordinated efforts for the overall development of the state. Members of Parliament Prabhat Jha and Rodmal Nagar, local MLA Kunwar Kothar and other public representatives and people in large number were present on the occasion.
Later Chouhan during his visit to Shajapur district dedicated and performed bhoomi poojan of several development works costing around Rs 26 crore. Chouhan dedicated newly constructed Trauma Centre, emergency medical treatment centre, maternity wing, OPD and SNCU block at Tilwad village in Berchha. He also performed bhoomi poojan of EVM warehouse, boys and girls hostel of 100-seat each and new building for the Government Law College in Shajapur. Member of Parliament Manahar Untwal, MLA Arun Bhimavad, Jaswant Singh Handa, Narendra Singh Bais and others were present on the occasion.