In which place India’s first modernised anganwadi centre was launched?

In which place India’s first modernised anganwadi centre was launched?
[A]Mysuru, Karnataka
[B]Sonepat, Haryana
[C]Nasik, Maharashtra
[D]Ranchi, Jharkhand

Sonepat, Haryana
The union government launched the country’s first modernised anganwadi centre (AWC) at Hasanpur village, Somepat, Haryana. The facility is built in partnership with private mining firm Vedanta at a cost of Rs 12 lakh. It is a part of central government’s Nand-Ghar Yojna that aims at transforming the anganwadis centers, which accommodate around 50 children in daytime everyday, by making them equipped with latest facilities.

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