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Odisha Chief Minister inaugurated the newly constructed building of of Cuttack Deputy Commissioner of Police

Cuttack:27/8/18: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the newly constructed three-storey office building of Cuttack Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) in a simple ceremony here on Monday.

Director General of Police (DGP) RP Sharma, Commissioner of Police Satyajit Mohanty and other senior officers of Odisha Police were present in the inaugural programme.The newly constructed DCP’s office building is situated on the Mahanadi Ring Road, near lower Bali Yatra Ground. The building bears a heritage look and similar to the structure of Odisha State Maritime Museum, Jobra, Cuttack.


The three-storied building has been built by Odisha State Police Housing & Welfare Corporation with a cost of Rs.7, 01, 04,000.

It may be mentioned here that since January, 2008, after formation of Commissionerate Police for the twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack, different units of the Office of DCP, Cuttack were functioning in different locations in Cuttack on a temporary basis.

The function was also graced by MP Anubhab Mohanty, MLAs Debasis Samantray, Pramod Mallick, Prakash Behera, Cuttack Mayor Minakshi Behera, Odisha Building & Other Construction Workers Welfare Board Chairman Subash Singh, Odisha Film Development Corporation Chairman Satyabrata Tripathi, Corporators and people representatives of Cuttack.

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