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Subroto Bagchi and his wife contributed Rs 2.5 Cr to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund towards the fight against COVID-19

Bhubaneswar:5/6/20: Odisha Skill Development Authority Chairman Subroto Bagchi and his wife Susmita Bagchi today contributed Rs 2.5 Cr to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) towards the fight against COVID-19.

Sri Subroto Bagchi and his wife Smt Susmita Bagchi, Chairperson of Mo School,  today handed over a cheque for 2.5 Cr to support COVID relief in Bolangir Dist, to honour their beginnings.

Bagchi was born in Patnagarh where Smt Bagchi also attended her first school. This was informed by Chief Secretary of Odisha on Twitter.

Notably, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has appealed to the people and other organisations to donate generously to CMRF to provide humanitarian help to the COVID-19 affected people.

So far, many people from different sections, organisations, temples have donated to CMRF to help the State government’s effort in fighting COVID-19.

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