Government to revise sanitation in Pattamundai municipality for Rs 10 crore

Bhubaneswar: A master plan has been prepared to revive the sanitation system in Pattamundai municipality of Kendrapara district with an estimated cost of Rs 10 crore.
As part of the cleanliness project, the Gobari drainage cut will be restored by the Marshagai Drainage Division of Patamundai Municipality, informing Pratap Jena, Minister, Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water, Law and Housing and Urban Development.
Presiding over a review meeting at the Public Service Building here on the overall development of the Patamundai municipality, Minister Jena said that the main drainage center between Pattamundai Bazaar and the bridge at Bakarpur will be built by Kendrapura Works Works Division and connecting drains of 20 wards . To be built by Pattamundai Municipality.
Jena said that in the meeting, it has been decided to sanction Rs 1.5 crore under the Odisha Urban Infrastructure Development Fund (OUIDF) for the renovation and beautification of the historic Kacheri pond. Similarly, Rs 3 crore will be spent for the construction of a multi-storey market complex at Yagna Ground, Rs 1.5 crore for a smart park and Rs 75 lakh for a smart crematorium in Pattamundai.
At the meeting, Minister Jena instructed to prepare a detailed project plan (DPR) for the construction of the new municipality building, the renovation of the parade ground. Wards under Municipality area.
The meeting also decided to complete the bonfire water treatment project by 30 September and inaugurate the same by Minister Jena in the first week of October.
Others at the review meeting included Rajnagar MLA Dhruba Charan Sahu, Municipality Director Sangramjit Nayak, Kendrapara Additional Collector Basant Kumar Raut, Pattamundai Municipal Executive Engineer Sampad Swain, Tehsildar Sharat Giri, and Senior Engineer of Public Health, Drainage and Construction Department Were.

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