Naveen Assures KALIA Sum

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has announced to disburse the due amount of KALIA money on the first day of formation of BJD Government after the elections.


“The genuine beneficiaries under KALIA scheme will get the two-installment money of Rs 10,000 in one time, if the BJD is voted to power in Odisha,” said Patnaik during his election campaign rallies addressing a series of poll rallies  in Nabarangpur district.
He said that not a single farmer will be deprived of getting KALIA benefit in the State.
The Chief Minister said, “The farmers are on the top of our agenda and poll manifesto. Around 40 lakh farmers have been benefited under KALIA scheme so far and another 25 lakh farmers will be added to the list soon,” he said.
“I announce the No 1 point of BJD’s manifesto. With your blessings when our government is formed, on the very first day all the farmers will be given away assistance of Rs 10,000 for the two instalments at one go,” he said, adding, “Not a single farmer will be deprived of it, neither today not ever.”
He also slammed the Centre for not raising the minimum support price for paddy and 10 crore jobs to unemployed youth and development of railway infrastructure in Nabarangpur district.
Addressing a largely attended meeting in Koraput town, BJD Supremo Mr.Patnaik once again targeted the Centre alleging it of being biased towards Odisha.
Mr.Patnaik blamed the Centre for discontinuing the SC/ST Scholarship and KBK schemes for the tribals in Odisha.
“Is this sympathy for the tribals,” ? asked Mr.Patnaik.
Mr.Patnaik asked the voters to question the Central leaders about stoppage of water to Odisha from Mahanadi and why farmers are facing problem in getting agricultural insurance from the Insurance companies.
Referring to the devastating cyclonic storms like Phailin, Hudhud and Titli, he said no leader from Centre came to help Odisha.
No leader from Centre came to Odisha to stand by people during the cyclones and drought. Since it is election time, the Central leaders paying their frequent visit to the State to get votes, the BJD Supremo said.

"They did not come Odisha when cyclone Phailin hit the state, not even when the state was ravaged by cyclone Hudhud and Titli. But they have come during election time to get your vote," he said.
 
The State government spent Rs 20,000 crore for providing irrigation facility to farmers in the State while the Centre provided only Rs 250 crore, he said.
“However, I am with people and will always remain with you,” he assured appealing to people of Jeypore to cast their votes in favour of BJD candidates for both Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.
 


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