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Naveen Patnaik requested center health minister disburse the central share of Rs 397 crores

New Delhi: 15/3/17: Naveen Patnaik Chief Minister   of Odisha met Union Health Minister JP Nadda today at the Sansad Bhawan and discussed the fast completion of the five upcoming medical colleges in the state.

He  had requested the health minister to disburse the balance central share of Rs 397 crores for the construction of these institutions being set up in Baripada, Balasore, Koraput, Bolangir and Puri. And also discussed the admission for academic session for 2017-18 to begin in Baripada and Koraput colleges.

. Patnaik also asked Nadda to roll out the National Health Protection Scheme for 38.80 lakh beneficiaries in the state.

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