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Ramakanta Biswas

News Highlights

  • A new website launched for inviting claim applications from duped depositors

  • Odisha Finance Minister Niranjan Pujari launched the new website www.opid.odisha.gov.in

  • Duped depositors can now submit their claim applications either from their home or through 'Mo Seva Kendra'

Depositors duped by various fraudulent financial establishments will no longer have to make rounds of tehsil offices for submission of their claim applications as the Odisha government on Friday launched a new website to receive the complaints. 

Odisha Finance Minister Niranjan Pujari today launched the new website www.opid.odisha.gov.in virtually. The initiative aims at identifying genuine depositors and ascertain their actual claims in a very transparent and time-bound manner.

Duped depositors can now submit their claim applications either from their home or through 'Mo Seva Kendra'. The address of the nearest 'Mo Seva Kendra' is available on www.odishaone.gov.in.

"This website will be convenient not only for receiving claim applications but also for their processing quickly. This website will also help the field verification team for identification of genuine depositors and their actual claim," a government release said. 

"Further, this website will definitely be very beneficial for the duped depositors to submit their claim application online during these pandemic days and consequential lockdown and shutdown," it added. 

Initially, online claim applications are invited from the depositors of Hi-Tech Estates and Promoters Private Limited and Mrs Rajdhani System and Estate Pvt. Ltd. who have invested money in the Kalyan Vihar, Kalyan Vihar Phase-II, Bhagya Nagar, Kunja Vihar and Pushpanjali Enclave plotted schemes of the Companies to get land (plots) and defrauded. 

"Hereafter, online claim applications will be invited from the duped depositors of different fraudulent financial establishments where the Ad-interim attachment orders passed by Govt. have been made absolute by the designated Court," the government released said.

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