Wednesday, July 11, 2007

No dearth of funds for KBK dists: CM

The New Indian Express, June 23, 2007

RAYAGADA: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday announced that his Government was taking all possible measures to fulfill the dream of Biju ‘babu’ to make Orissa a prosperous State and bring about development of tribals and downtrodden.

Addressing a workers’ meeting presided over by BJD leader N Bhaskar Rao, Naveen said there will be no dearth of funds for development of KBK districts.

He said the BJD-BJP Government in the State has launched various developmental programmes which can only be implemented with the support of the people.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister continued with his inauguration spree. He inaugurated the new collectorate building and circuit house besides unveiled the statue of Biju Patnaik at the new busstand.

He also inaugurated the market complex of Chandili panchayat near JKPur. This apart, Naveen distributed 18,200 land ‘pattas’ and 56 tractors. He also promised that the Naupada-Gunupur railway line would be completed by March 2008. Around 10 platoons of police were deployed in the town.

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