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5T Secy urged the district Collector to prepare a detailed development within 15 days

Rourkela:14/1 /23: On the direction of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, Secretary to CM (5T) VK Pandian on Saturday visited Vedavyas Peetha near Rourkela in Sundargarh district.

After holding discussion with the members of the Trust Board, sevayats and local people, Pandian urged the district Collector to prepare a detailed development within 15 days for Vedavyas Peetha in line with 5T initiatives of the State Government.

The development plan will be presented before the Chief Minister for approval.

Vedavyas Peetha is one of the major pilgrimage sites in the State. Many visitors from across the State and outside come to this famous Peetha every day. Hence, the State Government is making constant efforts for the overall development of this Peetha, the 5T Secretary said.

In the development plan, focus would be given to the improvement of Swargadwar, improvement of the riverfront, development of various infrastructure facilities for visitors, construction of yatri Niwas and light & sound system. During the 5T Secretary’s visit, Sundargarh Collector Dr. Gavali Parag Harshad, Rourkela Municipal Commissioner Subhankar Mohapatra and other officials were present.

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