Malkangiri: The cut-off areas of Odisha’s Malkangiri district finally joined the mainstream as Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today dedicated the long-awaited Gurupriya bridge here to the people.
“It isn’t only a Bridge, it will be the character and Swabhiman of Malkangiri. I commit this exceptional task to individuals of Odisha and India. At the center of improvement is network. Gurupriya Setu is a national pride and symbolizes peace, collaboration and advance. It is a declaration to our duty to incorporate all parts of Odisha to terrain and consequently to success. It is our blessing from heaven and is really a Bridge Of Progress,” the CM said.
“I offer to left wing fanatics in the locale to neglect savagery and grasp advance that the scaffold conveys to the district,” Patnaik included.
Occupants of upwards of 151 towns will get street availability after initiation of the 910-meter-long scaffold.
Developed at a cost of more than Rs 187 crore, the scaffold is relied upon to put a conclusion to the bother looked by around 30,000 individuals of the towns who have been cut off from the territory for almost six decades.
The getting ready for development of the scaffold was begun in 1986 however couldn’t be executed because of remote area, unavailability, nearness of Maoists and different elements. The work for connect development in the end began in 2014 going full bore and got finished inside four years.