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Odisha Chief Minister suddenly visited the Lord Jagannath Temple

Puri:13/7/17: Chief Minister (CM) Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday   arrived in Puri and visited the Lord Jagannath Temple and took stock of ongoing repair works of the Sanctum Sanctorum (Jagamohan) from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) officials and engineers of the State Works Department.

The CM also held discussions with Temple’s Chief Administrator Pradeep Jena over the matter. Speaking to the media, Patnaik said he has directed the concerned officials to complete the Jagamohan repairs soon and thanked the servitors and officials for smoothly conducting the last Chariot festival

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