New Delhi: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik reviewed the important issues of Odisha pending with Centre at Odisha Bhawan in New Delhi today.
According to reports, the Chief Minister went through the action taken by the Office of the Chief Resident Commissioner subsequent to the last review meeting held in January 2019 and reviewed the issues and projects pending with different Ministries & Departments of the Central Government. He directed Chief Secretary and Chief Resident Commissioner to ensure follow-up on these issues.
The Odisha CM also directed for close follow-up with the Ministry of Railways on projects where State Government is bearing a substantial proportion of the cost of the projects besides providing land free of cost. He also suggested further follow-up on issues related to improving telecom and banking density in the State.
The Chief Minister also reviewed the 5T framework for the CRC Office and expressed his happiness that a lot of progress has been made both in the administrative and financial management.
Chief Adviser, CMO, Chief Secretary, Chief Resident Commissioner and other senior officers were present during the Review.
The Odisha CM took off from Bhubaneswar Airport at 9 am today on a two-day visit to New Delhi. He is accompanied by Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy, Principal Secretary (Home) Sanjeev Chopra, Director General of Police (DGP) BK Sharma and 5-T Secretary VK Pandian.