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Odisha Chief Minister laid foundation stones for several development projects in Ganjam

Ganjam:11/11/18: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik during his visit to Ganjam district  inaugurated and laid foundation stones for several development projects worth over Rs 109 crores.

The Chief Minister landed at the temporary helipad at 11 am near the Veterinary Office Ground in front of Block Office of Sheragada under his home constituency.

Patnaik, at first, paid floral tribute to Biju Patnaik at Biju Patnaik Chhak there. Then he inaugurated the new ITI set up in Sheragada with an estimated cost of Rs 8 crores.

Similarly, he inaugurated the newly built 100-seated girls’ hostel of Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya (estimated cost Rs 1.90 crore), Skill Development Centre (estimated cost Rs 1.31 crore), bridge over Nandini Nallah (estimated cost Rs 8.21 crore), new Panchayat Bhawan, Sheragada (estimated cost Rs 25 lakh), street lighting of main road, Sheragada (estimated cost Rs 15 lakh) and H.L. bridge over Rushikulya river in Jhagadal-Jahada road (estimated cost Rs 11 crore).

Later, the Odisha CM distributed assets and benefits to the beneficiaries under various developmental schemes on the dais of ‘Ama Gaon Ama Bikash’ at Sheragada.

Besides, Patnaik also instantly approved project proposal amounting Rs 25 lakhs under ‘Ama Gaon Ama Bikash’.

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