Try to solve most of these given key concerns within seven days :V K Pandian ,5T Secretary

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Secretary to the CM (5T) Shri VK Pandian finished his two-day tour to the Keonjhar district today at the direction of Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik to examine various current projects and interact with stakeholders and the local populace .The Secretary has promised to deliver the given suggestions within seven days of his tour in a large public gatherings to the people of keonjhar.He left with an extraordinary connect with the ordinary citizens as well they feel privileged to meet Pandian the 5T Secretary as a person at the close quarters.

He travelled to areas in the Patna, Champua, Joda, and Keonjhar Sadar blocks today for his first day of work in order to observe and evaluate various developmental efforts.

 

In Patna Block, Bhimkund was his first stop. He reviewed the project work there in detail and laid out his ambitions for turning Bhimkund into a top-tier tourism destination. He gave the go-ahead for the creation of a Detailed Project Report. During his contacts with the local populace, he listened to their complaints and informed them that the Hon’ble Chief Minister would be made aware of their wishes regarding numerous mosques and temples.

 

  • Bhimkund Will Be  a World-Class Tourist Spot, DPR Sought
  • ‘Drink from Tap’ in Champua Will Be Commissioned In A Month
  • Drink From Tap Going on in All Major Urban Local Bodies at a Cost of Rs 175 Crore
  • ‘Rural Mega Piped Water Supply’ at Champua Will be Completed This Year
  • Floodlights at Nehru Stadium in Champua in 7 Days
  • Kanupur  Mega Irrigation Project Progress Satisfactory, Will Be Completed in Time
  • Government of Odisha Would Bear Academic Costs for 900 Students of ‘Adivasi Vikas Samiti’ in Joda
  • 2980 Metre Joda Flyover Longest in Odisha, Will Be Completed by December 2023, Cost Rs 240 Crore
  • Rs 1440 Crore Barbil Ring Road Project Will Reduce Truck Movement, Pollution, Will Be Completed in Time
  • Keonjhar Baladevejeu Temple Will Be Taken up for Further Development
  • Funds for Improvement of All Government, Aided Higher Secondary Schools, Plus 3 Colleges Sanctioned

 

The 5T Secretary then travelled to Champua and stopped by the Champua NAC Water Treatment Plant site. He was informed of the ‘Drink from Tap’ project’s status here and stated that it would be successfully launched in another month. He said that the Drink From Tap Mission, which cost Rs 175 Crore, had been implemented in all significant ULBs.

 

The 5T Secretary then travelled to Barbil and went to the CHC (Community Health Centre). He observed the current renovations at the Dialysis Centre and Nutrition Rehabilitation Centre at the CHC. He expressed his happiness and pointed out that even mothers and patients from the nearby state of Jharkhand were well taken care of by the institution. The 5T Secretary spoke with the patients to learn about their experiences and solicited input regarding the services and amenities offered at the NRC and Dialysis Centre. He gave the Collector the go-ahead to effectively scale up the facilities so that the benefits might be extended to a greater population.He also looked over the Barbil Ring Road project, whose estimated price tag is Rs. 1440 crore. The initiative will lessen truck traffic in the area and lessen pollution. He gave the authorities instructions to finish the project on schedule.

Later, the 5T Secretary met Padmashree Smt. Tulasi Munda and the Adivasi Vikas Samiti students in Serenda in Joda Block. He expressed his happiness at seeing the Samiti’s admirable efforts to set up facilities for indigenous students. He said that the Government of Odisha would cover the academic expenditures for the 900 Adivasi Vikas Samiti students, underscoring the government’s dedication to education. The 5T Secretary instructed staff to conduct a thorough evaluation for additional necessary actions. He then examined the ongoing construction projects at the Joda Flyover site, where representatives from OBCC affirmed that the work was proceeding according to plan and would be finished by December 2023.

The Joda fly-over, which will be the longest in the state at 2980 metres, was inspected by Secretary 5T. He examined the development of the Flyover project, which is being built for a price of Rs 240 crore by the Odisha Bridge Construction Corporation. It consists of three bridges over the Sona River, six km of service roads, and 111 Nos spans, each measuring an average of 25 metres. He stated that the project is expected to be finished by December 31, 2023. Secretary-5T gave instructions for ensuring quality and traffic safety while expressing pleasure with the accomplishments made so far. He also suggested considering the project’s overall aesthetics.

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