Ganjam to Witness New Phase of Development as CM Gifts Projects Worth Rs 2000 Crore 

Chatrapur/Bhubaneswar: Ganjam district is poised to witness the next phase of development as Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday gifted projects worth Rs 2000 crore for the district.

During his visit to the Ganjam, the Chief Minister launched the development projects in Chatrapur, Hinjili and Kabisuryanagar.

While the development projects worth Rs 1000 crore have launched in Chatrapur, projects worth Rs 590 crore in Hinjli and Rs 316 crore in Kabisuryanagar have been started.

During his visit, the Chief Minister has also given Gramakantha land pattas to about 20,000 people in the district, including 3,500 people in Chatrapur, 4500 people in Hinjli and more than 11,000 people in Kabisuryanagar.

Addressing public meetings at these places, the Chief Minister said that Ganjam district is a leading district of the State and sought everyone’s cooperation to make it the number one district in the country.

Naveen said that Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana (BSKY) and 5T High School Transformation Programme are two milestone achievements of the State Government.

Till date, 50,000 people in Ganjam district have got medical facilities under BSKY. For this, the State Government has spent more than Rs 190 crore, the CM said.

Out of 630 high schools, 471 high schools have already been transformed under the 5T initiatives of the State Government. All the high schools will be transformed by December, the CM said.

He also said that interest-free loans of Rs 1 lakh is being given to farmers in the state.

Lauding the mothers of Mission Shakti, he said that the mothers are doing a great job and the state government is providing them all the support.

Expressing that he wants see mothers to become entrepreneurs, he said that programs have been adopted to make the SHGs into SMEs.

He said that loans up to Rs 5 lakhs are being given to mothers without interest.

The Chief Minister today gave loans worth Rs 614 crore to Mission Shakti members in Ganjam, including Rs 180 crore in Chatrapur, Rs 154 crore in Hinjli and Rs 280 crore in Kabisuryanagar.

The Chief Minister said that the country will develop with the development of mothers.

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