Pandian Interacts with Angul and Sambalpur People via Video Conference 

Pandian Interacts with Angul and Sambalpur People via Video Conference 

On the same day, the Chief Minister approved a total of 691 projects, totaling Rs. 23.06 Crores in response to the grievances raised in the petitions submitted by the attendees.

Bhubaneswar: Following the directive of Chief Minister Sri Naveen Patnaik, Pandian of 5T and Nabin Odisha, Shri V K Pandian engaged in a comprehensive interaction with the public of Angul and Sambalpur Districts via video conference. His engagement encompassed various locations including Badapadia at Kishorenagar and Barasahi Field at Chhendipada in Angul district, Rengali High School Field, Jamadarpalli Field at Sambalpur, and Subash Maidan at Hirakud in Sambalpur district.

Responding to the grievances voiced by attendees, the Hon’ble Chief Minister promptly sanctioned 283 projects amounting to Rs. 10.47 Crores in Angul district and 408 projects worth Rs. 12.59 Crores in Sambalpur district on the same day. The sanction orders were efficiently dispatched to the petitioners via mobile phones.

Shri Pandian also disclosed that since his visit in July of the preceding year to Angul and Sambalpur Districts, projects totaling Rs. 886 Crores have been initiated in response to petitions and feedback from the populace.

Additionally, he highlighted significant decisions undertaken by the Hon’ble Chief Minister, including a Rs. 500 increment in social security pensions across all categories, benefiting approximately 58 Lakhs beneficiaries. Furthermore, the financial assistance provided under the MAMATA Yojana has been doubled from Rs. 5000 to Rs. 10,000, aiming to enhance nutrition and health outcomes for women and infants.

Shri Pandian further conveyed that Mission Shakti groups are now eligible for loans up to Rs. 10 Lakhs with zero interest, facilitating their entrepreneurial endeavors. Moreover, he assured ASHA workers and Mission Shakti Community Cadres of impending positive developments regarding their remuneration hike.