Jharsuguda: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday inaugurated six developmental projects and laid the foundation stones for another six development projects with approx. of Rs. 10 Crore in Belpahar under Jharsuguda District.
After arriving the venue at TRL Stadium, Patnaik had reached Sukhabandh where he unveiled the Statue of Late Biju Patnaik and then he addressed a Public meeting held at TRL Stadium.
Patnaik said “Today Odisha is on the road of development, starting right from Industries to Education, Health and all other sectors which are all visible development. Our programmes will be continuing for the betterment of poor, Old Age, Widow and especially abled people.
Along with the development of Odisha, Brajrajnagar and Belpahar development is also important. We don’t speak but we believe in Work. As per the promise given by us the work for a bridge in Mahulpali over IB River will be shortly started, which would connect Brajrajnagar with Sambalpur and Bargarh benefitting in economic development of this area.”
In this function, CM distributed 17 Bicycles to the Girl Childs, handed Rs. 89,000 to 23 students for Education Assistance, Rs.1,80,000 to 14 girls for Marriage Assistance, Rs. 5.64 Lakhs of Working Tools to 141 workers, Rs.1.58 Lakhs of Safety Equipments to 158 workers and handed Labour identity Card to 492 Construction Workers of under Lakahanpur Block.
The foundation-stones of all the projects together were laid at the TRL Stadium which would be shifted to the respective project sites later.
The other projects include Electric Crematory Machine, Community Centre for Ganda Samaj Community at Belpahar, SC/ST Hostel at Belpahar College, Rural Pipe Water Supply Project to Baghrachaka, Therba. Community Centre at Khamarpada, Karlakhaman of Belpahar and small Lift irrigation Project at Belpahar, Classroom at Samada Primary School at Girdharlal High School, Operation Theatre at Govt. Hospital, Belpahar, Anganwadi Centre at Chhualiberna.
Town Durga Puja Committee had donated Rs. 50,000 to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund