Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched a slew of developmental projects worth over Rs 700 crore for Deogarh district.
Patnaik distributed Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana (BSKY) smart health cards to the beneficiaries in the district. As per reports, over 2.70 lakh families in Deogarh will be benefited from the scheme.
In the health sector, Patnaik laid the foundation stones for 5 projects which are estimated to cost over Rs 130.29 crore. The CM inaugurated multiple projects in the district and also laid the foundation stone for a 300-bedded hospital.
"It is a delightful moment for Deogarh as multiple projects estimating Rs 700 crore has been inaugurated today. Foundation stone has been laid for different development projects in education, health, road and transport, and power sectors. We are focusing on these major areas," said the Chief Minister.
Patnaik inaugurated the projects virtually in the presence of Health Minister Naba Das, Energy Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra and others.