Governor Bandaru Dattatraya today visited Kothipura in district Bilaspur where the construction work of AIIMS is under progress.
DGM of NBCC N.B Singh gave detailed information to the Governor about the on-going construction work of the AIIMS through power point presentation. Deputy Commissioner, Bilaspur Rajeshwar Goyal and SP Sakshi Verma were also present on the occasion.
He expressed satisfaction over the on-going construction work of the AIIMS complex and said that this institute would provide employment to many youth besides ensuring further development of Bilaspur town. He expressed hope that the construction work would be completed in a stipulated time period.
The Governor later visited government senior secondary school, Bala and interacted with the students. He replied to the questions asked by the students and educated them to make Yoga and physical exercise as a routine so as to remain fit and healthy.
He expressed happiness that girls were outshining the boys and almost in every educational institute, they were winning maximum medals. He stressed that students should adopt moral values and come forward in contributing in nation building. He added that we should respect our mother tongue and feel proud of it.
Bandaru Dattatraya also asked questions from the students about Mahatma Gandhi former President Dr. APJ Kalam and advised them to work hard for achieving their goals in life.
He announced to provide 15 computers for the students of Bala school.
He also planted the clove plant in the school complex.
Earlier, the Governor met Dr. Narayan Lal Nadda, father of Working National BJP President JP Nadda at his native place at Vijaypur village. He said that Dr. Narayan Lal Nadda, who has authored many books, was a source of inspiration for others.
MLA, Jhanduta J.R Katwal welcomed the Governor on his arrival at Vijaypur.