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Every inch of the 424-acre land of Mahanadi River will be used:Naveen Patnaik

Cuttack:23/1/20:Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik announced that Odisha Govt is preparing a Decongestion Plan for MillenniumCity including six-laning of Ring Road. CM said, govt is committed to ensure wider roads, public spaces, utilities, parks, urban infrastructure & parking facilities for the ancient city.

Visiting the reclaimed land of Mahanadi River, CM said that every inch of the 424-acre land will be used to add ecological, recreational, sporting, cultural, aspirational and technological values in the lives of Cuttack people and most of the land will be covered with greenery


Our  objective will  be to keep most of the reclaimed area with greenery and open spaces and utilize the rest of the land for the development purpose, beautifully surrounded by an International class river front,” said Patnaik.

The CM further said that they will engage the best in class city planners and also take feedback from the people. “The state will invest the necessary resources and I would sincerely appeal to the people of Cuttack to actively cooperate and participate to make this dream a reality,” added the CM.

CM emphasized that best city planners will be engaged to prepare transformative plans for the Millennium  City which will be undertaken with people’s feedback. CM also announced that work on SCB Medical College to start in March to transform it into a world-class institution.

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