Naveen Patnaik to Odisha officials: Start work in infrastructure projects

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Odisha | Published: June 1, 2017 5:06:22 PM

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today issued directions to the officials to start work for infrastructure projects including one road and three irrigation units worth Rs 53.42 crore.

Nischintakoeli Lalitgiri road, Cuttack jajpur road, Golden Triangle Area, Cuttack, Nischintakoeli, Lalitgiri, Naveen Patnaik, Odhisha, India News, Latest NewsOdisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today issued directions to the officials to start work for infrastructure projects including one road and three irrigation units worth Rs 53.42 crore. (Source: Reuters)

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today issued directions to the officials to start work for infrastructure projects including one road and three irrigation units worth Rs 53.42 crore. While approving the proposals, Patnaik said the infrastructure projects included a 22.4 km long road from Nischintakoeli in Cuttack district till Lalitgiri in Jajpur district. “This road will improve communication among the Lalitgiri-Ratnagiri and Udaygiri golden triangle area known for preserving Buddhist sites,” Patnaik said.

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“This road will improve communication among the Lalitgiri-Ratnagiri and Udaygiri golden triangle area known for preserving Buddhist sites,” Patnaik said. Similarly, Rs 17.74 crore would be spent for digging of 2.9 km long Darpani branch canal under Rengali Irrigation project. Patnaik also approved an expenditure of Rs 2.25 crore for construction of concrete work, cross regulator gate and way-bridge of Telengiri main canal. The chief minister said all these works should be completed within next six months.  This apart, Patnaik approved an expenditure of another Rs 12.15 crore for the digging of three kilometres long of Narsinghpur branch canal, official sources said.

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