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200 CR For Mayurbhanj


Now with State Exchequer opened for development of temples and shrines of the State, people are happy with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

So as expected the Chief Minister announced Rs 5 crore package for the development of Shree Jagannath Temple, which is facing tough time due to poor repair and maintenance.
 
While servitors are happy over the announcement of Rs.5 Crore, they were expecting more for Diwttiya Shrikeshtra.

As the State Government is planning to spend Rs.3500 Crore for the Holy City of Puri, people of Mayurbhanj are expecting more as this region requires more funding.
 
And to assuage the feeling of people Chief Minister also said the State Government would provide funds for the beautification of Khiching Temple and other heritage sites of Mayurbhanj district.
 
Chief Minister Mr.Patnaik last visited Baripada in April, 2019 during elections and could not announce any packages for the Temple.
 
Now he has not only announced of Rs.5 Crore package, promised more funding for Mayrubhanj’s heritage upkeep.
 
Mr.Patnaik also unveiled several developmental projects such as drinking water and road connectivity works taken up at an investment of over Rs 200 crore for the district on the occasion.
 
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday inaugurated a residential school for tribal students and launched various developmental projects worth more than Rs 200 crore in Mayurbhanj district.
 
The Chief Minister emphasized the need of education for the deprived tribal population of Mayurbhanj district and hoped the newly set up institute will usher in a transformation in tribal population in order to bring them into the national mainstream.
 


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