MP | 26 March 2017 | Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will set out for her North Bengal tour on Monday.The Chief Minister will be reaching Bagdogra airport on Monday afternoon and will be attending several programmes in Jalpaiguri on Tuesday.
Security has been beefed up in Jalpaiguri and other parts of North Bengal where the Chief Minister is scheduled to visit.
On Tuesday, the Chief Minister will hold the administrative review meeting for Jalpaiguri district at Sarojendra Deb Raykat Kala Kendra. It is learnt that after holding the administrative review meeting, the Chief Minister will be heading a meeting with private hospital authorities in the district.
It may be mentioned that after holding the meeting with authorities of private hospitals in the city on February 22, Banerjee had said that the state government will next take up the allegations which were brought against the private hospitals and nursing homes in districts.
Data containing allegations against the hospitals has also been prepared.
After the meeting with representatives of private hospitals, the Chief Minister will be present in a programme where she will be inaugurating several projects and would also be laying foundation stones of some new projects.
She will also be distributing benefits among people of the district.
Banerjee will be inaugurating a mobile animal treatment unit from the programme at Jalpaiguri on Tuesday.
She will also be flagging off seven long-distance buses of North Bengal State Transport Corporation (NBSTC). She will also be inaugurating a
women police station and a residential complex for sub-inspectors.
The newly constructed building of Banarhat police station and barrack will also be inaugurated by the Chief Minister.
It may be mentioned that after her North Bengal tour, the Chief Minister will hold administrative review meetings of three South Bengal districts including West Midnapore, Purulia and Bankura. Jhargram and Asansol will also start functioning as new districts in her presence.
Security in Jalpaiguri has been tightened to ensure that no untoward incidents take place in the district during the visit of the Chief Minister.
Additional CCTV cameras have been set up in different areas to keep a watch on the movement of vehicles and to take immediate steps in case anyone is found moving around suspiciously.