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Secretary to CM (5T) Sri. V.K. Pandian visited Puri to review the progress of various developmental works

Puri:18/8/23;As per the direction of Hon’ble Sri Naveen Patnaik, Secretary to CM (5T) Sri. V.K. Pandian visited Puri District to review the progress of various developmental works in the district and redressal of public grievances.

Sri visited Kamaleswar Temple, Krushnaprasad where he interacted with Sebayats, Trustee members and general public for development of Temples along with better facilities for the devotees and took suggestions on various aspects of transformation of the temple and related pilgrim/ tourist amenities.

Sri Pandian reviewed the progress of ongoing Mega Piped Water Supply Schemes at a cost of Rs. 1075 Crores in Krushnaprasad, Brahmagiri, Pipili, Delang, Puri, Gop, Satyabadi Blocks. The projects will be operationalised in phases from December 2023 onwards.

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In Pipili, Sri Pandian discussed with the District administration regarding the livelihood of the Chandua workers and directed them to prepare a development plan.

He interacted with the college students in Puri and Informed them regarding the CM’s approval for inclusion of 48 higher secondary schools and 35 Degree colleges under 5T transformation programme at a cost of Rs 51.75 crores.

During the day, he participated in the public grievance meetings at Pipili, Krushnaprasad, Brahmagiri and Puri. He interacted with the public regarding their grievances.

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