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Secy to CM (5T) V K Pandian reviewed various development projects in Baleswar

Balasore:24/6/23:As per direction of CM Naveen Patnaik, Secy to CM (5T) V K Pandian reviewed various development projects in Baleswar. He visited Shantikanan, Mallikashpur and paid tribute to Vyasakabi Fakir Mohan Senapati & interacted with members of Fakir Mohan Senapati Sahitya Parisad.
5T Secretary visited to Mission Shakti Odisha bazaar at Collectorate, Baleswar, interacted with the Mission Shakti group members. The Secy also appreciated the Mission Shakti Bazar concept and assured all kind of support.
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5T Secy then proceeded to Sahadevkhunta Bus Stand under Sadar Block, discussed various issues with the Bus Owners Association and Truck Owners Association, and reviewed the progress of the Bus Stand work and directed for its early completion.
Later, the Secretary proceeded to Chandipur, under Sadar Block, visited Promenade at Chandipur. He also directed the District Collector for preparation of DPR for development of the tourism site. He visited Chandaneswar Temple at Bhograi Block & prioritised development work.
The 5T Secy visited Manoj Das Memorial at Sankhari, under Bhograi Block, reviewed the progress of the memorial monument work and directed to expedite the work for its early completion. He then proceeded to Talsari meeting ground, interacted with WSHG members & local community.
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5T Secretary then proceeded towards Baharda under Basta Block, visited the proposed wholesale fish market to be taken up at a cost of ₹70 Cr. He assured that CM Naveen Patnaik is keen on supporting the project.

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