CM Naveen Patnaik to visit Nabarangpur on 24th #Odisha

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Nabarangpur: BASANT RATH.

The Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik will visit Nabarangpur district on 24th Thursday.  He will inaugurate development projects of  Rs. 53 crores in Nabarangpur district during the visit to Umerkote, Dabugam, and Nabarangpur. Foundation stone for important projects worth around 77.16 crores and 48 nos  anganwadi centres worth of 2.46 crores will be dedicated for the better delivery of ICDS services. Besides that 15 nos of hostel and one additional class room constructed under SC and ST department worth of 16.74 crore will be inaugurated during his visit said food and civil supply minister Sanjaya Das Burma, who is the observer of this district while briefing the press at the circuit house conference hall  here on Tuesday.

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Similarly the CM will distribute 56000 beneficiaries with several leverage schemes for their upliftment   and prosperity which include under revitalisation of ESHG near by 4000 disbursed seed money of Rs. 10000 to each WSHG. Banking linkages to 100 SHGs with one lakh each will be given. Under Nirmana Shrimik Yojana various incentives will be given to nearly 3900 beneficiaries for education, marriage, safety, walking tools, by-cycle assistances.  Under Rural Housing 733 Nirman Shrimik will be given work orders for pucca houses and 133 BPGY Special Houses to needy beneficiaries. Under MBPY 740 beneficiaries shall be assisted and for development of agriculture 920 mobile phones to progressinve women farmers will be given. Similarly 160 homesteads less patta will be given to the beneficiaries and 1665 patts will be given to FRA beneficiaries.

In the meeting Commerce and Transport Minister Ramesh Chandra Majhi, said we are planning to gather 1.2 lakh people in the three meeting venues. Among others local MLA Monohar Randhari, district BJD General Secretary Asish Ranjan Patnaik, Rabi Patnaik, district BYJD president Badrinarayan Singh, Chairman Nabarangpur block Bedabyasa Bhatra,Municipality vice-chairperson Prahalad Tripathy were present.

 

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