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Odisha Chief Minister has sanctioned funds to seven patients for treatment of critical ailments

Bhubaneswar:21/3/23: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has sanctioned funds to patients for treatment of critical ailments.

Seven patients from different districts have received the funds from the CMRF for treatment of their critical ailments.

This has been informed by the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO).

May be an image of text that says 'CMRF Amount Sanctioned SL. NO Name of The Beneficiary District 1. 2. Shantilata Sahu, Ganjam Amount Sanctioned (inINR) 3. Benudhara Parida, Nayagarh 2,40,000 4. Rajanikanta Mohanty, Cuttack 45,000 5. Gourachandra Patro, Ganjam 1,50,000 6. Bijayalaxmi Parida, Puri 1,85,000 7. Sarojini Panda, kalahandi 95,000 Magi Gouda, Ganjam 70,000 2,20,000 O_Odisha CMO.Odisha CMO'

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