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During Ama Gaon AmaBikash session Naveen Patnaiksanctioned 761 development projects for 85 GPs worth ₹19.92 crore

Bhubaneswar:31/5/18;During AmaGaonAmaBikash session, Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik interacted with people from Baipariguda (Koraput), Digapahandi (Ganjam), Sinapali (Nuapada) and Nabarangpur (Nabarangpur) blocks.

Speaking directly to the Chief Minister, the villagers brought up various suggestions for accelerating development in their area. Chief Minister then promptly sanctioned 761 development projects for 85 GPs worth ₹19.92 crore and directed officials to ensure timely completion of all sanctioned projects.

He expressed delight on the keen interest shown by people of Nabarangpur block who arrived in great numbers to attend the program despite heavy rains. He lauded their keen interest to be a part of their area’s development and urged upon all to continue sharing their feedback and suggestions.

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