President Murmu’s 3rd Visit To Odisha, Chief Secy Convenes High Level Meeting


President Droupadi Murmu will attend a variety of activities during her three-day visit to Odisha starting on July 25, according to official sources here. A high-level conference was held on Monday to go over preparations for the President’s visit at the Lok Seva Bhawan, which was hosted by the state’s chief secretary, Pradeep Jena.

She will come on July 25 and stay in the Raj Bhawan, where she will meet with members of “Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups” (PVTGs). This is according to the President’s schedule. The birthplace of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Madhusudan Das, the Chandi temple in Cuttack has been converted into a national museum, and the President will spend the full day there on July 26. She will also speak at the National Law University commencement, attend the annual event of the SCB medical college and hospital, and grace the 75th anniversary celebration of the Orissa High Court. Cuttack.

On July 27, early in the morning, Murmu will lay the foundation stone for the Brahmakumari center lighthouse complex at Dasbatia, adjacent to Tamando. Before taking a flight back to New Delhi, she would next travel to Bhadrak to take part in the Bhadrak Autonomous College’s diamond jubilee celebration. She will visit Odisha for the third time since becoming the helm of the country. Additional Chief Secretary Nikunj Kishore Dhal, DGP Sunil Bansal, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police Commissioner Soumendra Priyadarshi, Odisha Governor’s main Secretary Saswat Mishra, and Health Secretary Shalini Pandit were present at the high level preparation meeting.

While she was staying at Raj Bhawan and visiting other sites, other top officials also discussed security preparations and other safeguards.

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