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Odisha Chief secretary and 5T secy visited Koraput and Nabarangpur districts

Koraput/ Nabarangpur:28/7/21:As per the direction of CM Shri Naveen Patnaik, Chief Secretary Suresh Mohapatra and Odisha 5T Secretary VK Pandian along with senior officials visited Koraput and Nabarangpur districts, to review preparedness for a possible 3rd wave of COVID19 and the progress of various development projects.

The officials directed the completion of PSA and LMO Plant projects in the districts before August. During their visit to the construction site of 650-bed Hospital in SLN MC & H, Koraput, 5T Secretary suggested patient amenities should get priority and facilities should be ensured.
They reviewed the 200-bed facility at DHH, Nabarangpur, Indravati & Turi-Guntat irrigation projects, storage structure in river Indravati, mega lift irrigation project at Daibhata as well as reviewed schools under ‘High School Transformation Programme’ & airstrip at Jeypore.

Pandian this morning along with other senior administrators, including Principal Secretary of Water Resources Anu Garg, R. Vineel Krishna, Special Secretary to the Chief Minister, and the Director of NHM Salini Pandit, will visit Koraput and Nabarangpur districts.

Pandian will first visit Ambaguda and review the schools under 5T, analyse various development works and later review the condition of Shaheed Laxman Nayak Medical College in Koraput.

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