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Villagers from 68 GPs sanctioned 676 development projects worth ₹16.60 crore.

Bhubaneswar:6/6/18;Villagers from 68 GPs of Nilgiri (Balasore), Kankadahada (Dhenkanal) and Bhandaripokhari (Bhadrak) attended AmaGaonAmaBikash session with great enthusiasm to be part of their area’s development. They interacted directly with Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik and raised various issues related to all-round development of their respective areas.

Chief Minister Shri Patnaik encouraged people to keep attending such sessions and sharing their valuable feedback. Based on their suggestions, he promptly sanctioned 676 development projects worth ₹16.60 crore.

He also directed officials to commence work on all sanctioned projects immediately and ensure its timely completion.

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