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Commoners Contribute CMRF


Contributions from common people is pouring to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) and Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy is receiving the cheques on behalf of the Chief Minister.

Senior BJD Leader and Former Secretary Works Nalini Kanta Pradhan was very happy to handover the cheque to Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy here at Lok Seva Bhawan on 9 June.

After presenting the cheque along with Ramesh Sai, BJD Lawmaker of Athamallick, Mr.Pradhan said “Common men and women of a backward area of the State came forward to contribute to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF)”

He said “It is an honor to submit a cheque for Rupees Two Lac to CM's Covid Relief Fund today through the Chief Secretary, Government of Odisha along with Ramesh Sai,MLA , Athmallick on behalf of the people of Athmallick.


Different Panchayats of Athmallick together too have already contributed another Rs Two Lac to the CM's Covid Relief Fund.

Mr.Pradhan, who has made foray to active politics said “I am, in fact, overwhelmed with this show of solidarity with fellow human beings at this hour of need by the people of Athmallick and am confident that they will always stand by such noble causes”.

Mr.Pradhan has been actively helping out the migrants. In fact an
Assistance Camp at Ainthapali in Sambalpur was organized by Mo Parivar for days together for the Immigrant and Prabasi Labour was concluded on 7 June.

The camp provided dry food, drinking water, first aid and traveling assistance etc to over 2890 persons who returned via Sambalpur in last ten days.

The returnees comprised of large number of people from far off places like Maharashtra and Goa going to West Bengal and Jharkhand.
 
They came by truck. bus, bi-cycle and even on foot. 473 and 391 persons respectively had come by bi-cycle and foot. There were also 302 number of Prabasi Odias for neighboring district of Sambalpur.

The plight of the above returnees was very agonizing. It gives immense satisfaction that Odisha : Mo Parivar and People of Sambalpur, and BJD organisers and District President  Sidhartha Das in particular took all steps to help these people at this hour of their need.

Arup Patnaik, Convener of Odisha : Mo Parivar came to the camp was also turned out to be  highly encouraging for the organisers, said Mr.Pradhan.

A program was held to mark the conclusion of the service camp which was graced by many dignitaries like Padmashri Jitendra Harpal and Sankar Behera, Senior Journalist.

Mr.Pradhan has expressed earnest hope that Odisha:Mo Parivar and the people of Sambalpur in particular will continue such philanthropic work and to help hapless people in COVID-19 Pandemic.
 


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