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Odisha Chief Minister  has included Koraput, Nuapada & Jajpur in the ‘‘Ama Odisha Nabin Odisha’ ‘ program

BHubaneswar:10/11/23:The development of the village is speeding up. Odisha Chief Minister  Naveen Patnaik has included Koraput, Nuapada & Jajpur in the ‘Our Odisha Naveen Odisha’ program to provide modern facilities to the villagers.
Under this program, 6 constituencies of Koraput have received grants of ₹120 crore. Including giving priority to the opinions of the people, according to the proposal received from the Chief Minister’s office during the district visit, ₹108 for 8 projects. 32 crore has been approved. Along with spreading Jagannath culture in every village, digital infrastructure will also be developed. This will be the foundation of the development of aspiring Odisha.
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Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik has inaugurated ‘Aam Odisha Naveen Odisha’ program at Nuapada. ₹65 to 2 constituencies of the district. A grant of 50 crores has been provided. Each panchayat has received a grant of ₹ 50 lakhs, and a total of 1,765 projects will be implemented. This program will lay the foundation of modern Odisha in the village. The protection of history and infrastructure will be developed along with the spreading of Jagannath culture in every village. Including this, on the basis of feedback received during the district visit of the Chief Minister’s Office, ₹414 for 10 important projects. 76 crores have been approved.
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Jajpur is the last district of ‘Our Odisha Naveen Odisha’ program. 4,109 projects will be implemented for the development of modern infrastructure in the village along with the expansion of art, culture, and history.
Similarly, as per the proposal received by the Chief Minister’s office during the district tour, ₹100. 13 projects worth 69 crores have been approved. The Chief Minister said on this occasion that the ‘Aam Odisha Naveen Odisha’ program has widened the path of empowering Odisha with the coordination of Jagannath culture with digital connection

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