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Odisha CM To Review Progress Card Of Departments completion of the second year of his Government

Bhubaneswar10/4/21:: Ahead of the completion of the second year of his government’s fifth term in Odisha on May 29, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today told the Council of Ministers about his decision to review the progress of different departments.

The Chief Minister will review the progress of different departments from May 15 to 25. During the review meeting, members of the Council of Ministers in presence of the concerned department Secretary will apprise the Chief Minister about the achievements of their five major programmes. Patnaik wrote to the members of the Council of Ministers in this regard today.

Also, they will inform the Chief Minister on how the 5T initiative and ‘Mo Sarkar’ programme were carried out by their departments. In what way the 5T and ‘Mo Sarkar’ have improved the functioning of the departments will also be discussed during the review meeting, , a statement issued by the Chief Minister’s Office mentioned.

The Chief Minister said, “People are masters in democratic system. We have to tell the 4.5 crores people of Odisha how far we have succeeded to keep the promises given to them. This will strengthen the faith of people in democracy.”

On May 29, 2019, Patnaik-led government decided in principle during the first meeting to execute the party’s poll manifesto.

The Council of Ministers on May 29 this year will discuss the success of each department so that the progress card will be subsequently presented before the people, the CMO statement mentioned.

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