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Odisha Chief Minister has launched the ‘Aam Odisha Navin Odisha’ scheme

Bhubaneswar:10/10/23: Odisha Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik has launched the ‘Aam Odisha Navin Odisha’ scheme aiming to strengthen the foundation of building a new Odisha-empowered Odisha. ₹3397 crore will be spent on this program across the state. 6794 panchayats of the state will be included. Along with this, 90723 projects are being implemented, each panchayat will be given ₹50 lakhs. The focus of ‘Aam Odisha Naveen Odisha’ program will be on every panchayat, every village. This scheme has been started on the first day in Keonjhar and Bhadrak districts. ₹148 for 3568 projects of 297-gram panchayats of 6 constituencies of Kendujhar. While 50 crore has been sanctioned, ₹109 crores has been approved for 3337 projects of 218 gram panchayats of 5 constituencies of Bhadrak.

Odisha is the land of Jagannath. World love, peace, harmony, equality, and service are the message of Jagannath culture. Jagannath culture will be preserved in every village in our Odisha Naveen Odisha program. Every place of worship will be developed. The historical sites will be preserved. The Chief Minister said that the conservation and protection of these cultural and historical sites is essential for future descendants.

One of the aims of this project is to develop digital infrastructure in the village. Internet connection will be available in the village. Science park, skill development centre, workshop hub. Banking facilities will be available. The village’s primary schools will also be included in the program. This will bring vast opportunities for the youth, mothers, farmers, and students.

With this, it will further enhance Odisha’s identity as a modern, empowered, progressive, and culturally conscious state, the Chief Minister said. Chief Minister has mentioned that the foundation of this new Odisha will be strong the wings will be empowered and the aspiring Odisha project will come true. Along with this, our Odisha Naveen, Chief Minister has requested everyone’s cooperation on this occasion for the successful completion of Odisha Program.


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