Cuttack’s Issues to Be Resolved as per New Plans: CM Mohan Majhi

Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Mohan Charan Majhi today visited Cuttack for the first time after assuming charge as Odisha CM. He visited Netaji’s Birthplace at Odia Bazar in Cuttack and paid floral tributes at the statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

During his visit to Netaji Museum, the Chief Minister said that it was a matter of pride and honour for him to come to the birthplace of Netaji. Netaji’s contribution to the freedom of the country will inspire this nation for ages, he said.

The Odisha CM also said that after studying all the pending works of Cuttack, whatever problems there are, they will be resolved soon through a new plan. “As planned, Odisha’s 50-year development work will be accelerated within 5 years,” said CM Majhi.

Later, CM Majhi paid floral tribute at the statue of Utkalmani Pandit Gopbandhu Das at the Samaj Office in Buxi Bazar and then at the statue of Madhusudan Das at Cantonment Street.

The Chief Minister said that Madhubabu’s contribution towards the formation of a separate Utkala Pradesh and the protection of the Odia Asmita will remain eternal. He said that the new government has started working with the commitment of Madhu Babu for the protection of the identity and self-respect of the Odia race.

Finally, CM Majhi attended a convention of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh at Gatiroutpatna.  In this program, Deputy Chief Minister Kanak Vardhan Singh Deo and Pravati Parida, Minister and MLAs were also present.

On his way back, the Chief Minister halted at Tulasipur Tala Sahi and talked to the residents, who were standing on the roadside, and enquired about their well-being and issues they were facing, if any.

Later, the Odisha Chief Minister, and his two Deputies met former minister Samir Dey at his residence.

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