Tribal people of Luthurbandh, Ghantabahali, MahadaSaguna Munda and Podapadar protest against Balangir power plant project

April 24, 2010 at 11:24 am 66 comments

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

The opposition to setting up of a proposed 1320MW thermal power plant at Ghantabahali-Luthurbandh in Titilagarh block by the Sahara Group of companies has resurfaced once again.

The local villagers along with tribal people of Luthurbandh, Ghantabahali, MahadaSaguna Munda and Podapadar took out a padyatra in these villages, about 90 km from here, on Thursday.

Ever since the news of setting up of the proposed thermal power plant spread, it has met with opposition. While the Sahara Group scheduled to open an office there on April 25 and top officials of Sahara group expected to arrive along with local MP, the villagers have stepped up their protest against setting up of the plant. “We are opposing setting up this plant as it would raise the temperatures of this region further. Already the Titilagarh region is infamous for its high temperature allover India and setting up this plant would increase the temperature further, making this area totally unviable of human settlement,” said a protestor.

Moreover according to reports two other power plants are also going to be set up around 20km radius of Titilagarh and Kesinga, further increasing the prospect of high temperatures in the region.

Secondly the fly ash problem would result in air pollution further which is absent now and it is the poor people who would suffer a lot. Thirdly the land of these areas would also be affected. The agriculture land her produces a lot of vegetables and people by selling up these vegetable in local Keshinga market earn their livelihoods. Once this plant would come up it would also be lost, argued a social activist Balkrushana Sandh.

More over around 800 acre of private land would be affected in this project. “Neither the district Collector nor the Sub- Collector is listening to our grievance,” he alleged further. We demand the shifting of power plants from this area to save the poor people’s land and their livelihood from being damaged permanently. We don’t oppose the setting up power plant. But it should not in such a fertile area where people are living peacefully and managing their livelihoods through agriculture.

“We are going to organise a rally in the Titilagrah on April 24.,” he added. With the company officials schedule to visit the area to open their office, all eyes are on what will happen on that day.


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  • 1. BINAYAK SAHOO  |  April 28, 2010 at 6:18 am

    Is there any option to control the rising temperature of titlagarh?
    if yes then impliment first; then think about your power plant.

    we need a healthy life with greenish enviornment

  • 2. Nilambar Sahoo  |  May 2, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    We the villagers Luthurbandh (Ludhipara) welcome the SAHARA thermal power plant because our local unemployment youth get job. In our area there is no scope to get job. So if this company is situated in our area we get easily job and our local people also get medical facility for this company medical institute because this company lunch door step medical care and also supply drink water door to door and our maximum villagers happy to receiving water in the hot day in cool water. So we are welcome to the company in our area and receiving land and start to work.

    • 3. Amita Bachhan  |  June 22, 2010 at 8:57 am

      In western orissa sahar thermal power plant is a great opportunity for the western orissa people for change living hood, economical status, educational & health because Sahar Group is expend money in this way to growth for people which is directly effected by company. So don’t miss this opportunity and join a Sahara Group.

      Thanking you

  • 4. PINKY SAHOO (KANIJURI)  |  May 3, 2010 at 8:42 am

    Our dream will going to be truth..Because a beautiful tomorrow will growing near at our villege. When a SAHARA POWER PLANT will stand successfully then our undevlopment aria will become more precious and powerful.
    Sometimes we are saying about the problem of flying ash and the rising tempreture of titlagarh. But we have a great hope with SAHARA GROUP that he can solve all those problem which will occur on that way..
    Some tribal people, some farmers are not interested to sacrifice the land..But my dear dont be worry about it,because SAHARA have a number of welfare plan for those people through they can live happly… Finaly we have a huge support to this plant..
    And wish for a beautiful tomorrow..


  • 5. PRAMOD KUMAR BAG (Malijhar)  |  May 6, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    I strongly support the sentimens of the local people who are agitating against the thermal power plant. Although the present economic condition of this area is not so encouraging but it is not a wise idea to immolating our better health, serenity of nature in swap of fly ash,disease and anxiety.
    There are many eco friendly ways to uplift the socio economic condition of the people .It is really amazing to think that why government is going to blend misery in the life of innocent people !
    Nowpeople of all over the world are trying hard to get rid from the GLOBAL WARMING, at the mean time Government of Odisha playing a threatening game with the livelihood of tribals.

    My strong appeal to Government of Odisha to reconsider about this devious act.

  • 6. PRAMOD KUMAR BAG (Malijhar)  |  May 6, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    I strongly support the sentiments of local people agitating against the thermal power plant.Although the economic condition of this area is not so encouraging but it is not a wise idea to immolating our good health and serenity of nature in swap of fly ash, diseases, untolerable heat and anxiety.
    There are many eco friendly ways to uplift the socio economic condition of the peple but It is amazing for me that why government of Odisha choosing this kind of life threatening initiatives for the betterment of people. Snatching enormous amount of fertile land in exchange of deadly diseases is not a appropriate way to solving the problems of tribal. The another important question is who will gain immense benifit from this project ? The people ! The government or SAHARA !!!

    The people of all over the world are trying hard to get rid from the GLOBAL WARMING in the mean time the goverment of Odisha playing devious game with the innocent tribals.

    My strong appeal to the people’s friendly government of Odisha to reconsider this devastating decision and think deeply about some other measures to secure sustainable livelihood for the poor people.

  • 7. Ashis Acharya  |  May 7, 2010 at 7:17 am

    It seems, the Odias are a kind of prone to agitation. Rather than discussing about the pros and cons of the project, they start opposing. Odisha has always been reflected in media as a backward state (Yes, its really sad to say that once while chatting with a NRI, when he asked where I belong from, I replied Odisha. then he said , ” Ohh.. The KBK where people die of hunger”. Then I replied, “yes Odisha, but its not the same as you think. Now, It’s one of the most competent state in India with a lot of mineral and human resources”. Somehow, I managed to change his way of thinking. But, I am sure with a mindset like this (opposing each and every developmental initiative in Odisha), we will continue to be depicted the same way as the foreigner said.
    It won’t be wronge to say that Odisha is let down by it’s own inteligentsia. Each and every project is being opposed for some reason or the other. I say why can’t we discuss it and come to a CPU (Common point of Understanding).
    Odisha is now on its way to development and a few people are trying to play Kabaddi (pulling legs). The day is not far when Kabaddi is going to be our official state game.

  • 8. Ritesh Kumar babu  |  May 25, 2010 at 6:13 am

    Establishment of SAHARA POWER PLANT is a good decission by the Govt. To betterment of the economical condition of the people of Western Orissa establishment of Industry is must. Those who are protesting the sunsine they are never thiking of the people of Western Orissa.

  • 9. Naba Kishor Bag  |  July 7, 2010 at 8:40 am

    Government should rethink about its devastating decission against the health and natural living of the people of power plant area. Economic prosperity should not be given more priority in leu of bad health condition of people living around the area. I strongly support the agitation against the deadly power plant.

    I appeal people of this area to join hand against the destructive verdict given by the government of Odisha.

  • 10. Bijay kumar mahakur  |  August 4, 2010 at 5:16 am

    Sahara power plant is a great oppurtunity to get job for unemployed and it is a great step to reduce the temperature of Titilagarh,so we welcomes it. Bijaya kumar mahakur. 9937777638.

    • 11. PRAMOD KUMAR BAG (Malijhar)  |  August 4, 2010 at 7:22 am

      Dear Mahakur, many complements for your openion on Sahara Power plant. But can you please explain us that how it will be helpful to reduce the temperature ofTitilalagarh ? Is there any example in the world related to this issue ?

  • 12. Bijay kumar mahakur  |  August 4, 2010 at 5:24 am

    We welcomes the sahara power plant to setup it as soon as possible so that many educated unemployed people can get is a successful decission of sahara group of company.

  • 13. Bijay kumar mahakur  |  August 4, 2010 at 5:25 am

    We welcomes the sahara power plant to setup it as soon as possible so that many educated unemployed people can get is a successful decission of sahara group of companies.

  • 14. hemanta sahu(bagdor)  |  August 13, 2010 at 11:16 pm

    we welcome the sahara power plant to setup in our titilagarh location as soon as possible so that many educated unemplyment mass people can get job.

  • 15. Ranjita Mishra  |  October 18, 2010 at 4:24 am

    Everything in this world contains both good and bad impact. Why we are looking the bad side of Sahara Power plant, why not the good side. Sahara power plant would make Titlagarh more devlopeded.And one more thing, the only way to reduce temperature in Titlagarh is by proper planning for plantation only. So please wakeup.

  • 16. PURUSOTTAM PODH  |  October 26, 2010 at 1:01 pm

    we welcome the sahara thermal power plant in our titilagarh location & so that develope by the ares people or unemployement people.

    • 17. chiku  |  December 9, 2010 at 5:57 am

      kyun power plant hone se hi tujhe kam milega nhi to nhi milega kya. itne din tak ghar me kuch nhi karke betha hai kya……………………………

  • 18. sudhanshu panda  |  November 9, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    the proposed power plant in titlagarh by sahara group is a wecome step taken by orissa govt.As bolangir is infamous worldwide for his poverty and backwardness,the above project came as a ray of hope for local unemployed people.It will definately boost the living standard of common people by creating job directly and dadan sramik ,who move to other states insearch of job will get relief by employing themselves in this upcomming industry.meantime we have to take care of other issue like environmental polution,rehabilation of displaced person.As a whole i would like to welcome sahara group to set up their project .

  • 19. Baikuntha Patra  |  November 25, 2010 at 7:24 am

    sahara power plant is the big oppertunity for western odisha and for titilagarh sub-division also.many many unemployed can get job in this plant, so we welcome to set power plant.

    baikuntha patra

  • 20. PRAMOD KUMAR BAG (Malijhar)  |  November 28, 2010 at 4:17 pm

    Dear Patra babu ,
    Many complement for your comment. But don’t be so craggy with the innocent people of Titilagarh sub-division before giving this type of comment. It is truth that many educated unemployed people collect their livelihood from these plants but think about the large mass that have no education at all. Their pieces of fertile land is their means of living , when that will snatched away from them how can they manage to survive ? In the long history after the Industrial Revolution we have only few examples where the fate of common men turned to better condition. Always the dominant person enjoy all the advantages and destitute always become the witness of this tragic plundering of their adored soil.
    So be empathetic toward the common masses who are leading a simple and peaceful life in the lap of their mother earth.

  • 21. BABRU BAHAN KATHAR, BAGDOR  |  December 6, 2010 at 1:27 pm

    SAHARA POWER PLANT is a great effort of Govt , but in the point of view geographical atmospher its not a proper consideration. All the inhabitant of this area depend on Agriculter after set up the plant the total territory of Titlagarh will be ‘Juegarh ‘ So live and let live the people of this area.

  • 22. uttam  |  December 9, 2010 at 6:11 am

    Too many cooks spoil the broth like that every work require a definite method and definite number of workers.if more are employed there will be neither discipline nor a good enviroment and the result will be disastrous….after the completion of the power plant,sahra group fill up their post by outsiders not that time we cant do anything just looking up…………so strike when the iron is hot.

  • 23. ganeswar bagarty  |  December 20, 2010 at 3:59 pm

    welcome to sahara power plant

  • 24. kishor(khairkhunt, g p_ghantabahli)  |  December 21, 2010 at 6:12 am

    sahara power plant is a beautifull commentment of india goverment.We are very intrested to set up it in the location of ghantabahali .Our village is one km distance from the location of power plant.We wants to all the skill unskills student of my village enggaged that plant.We are in the favour of your power plant But in a condition 20-30 numbers of students being enggaged that plant not contact basic through the company Because our village is very nearest from the locatiom of power plant.
    thanks you

  • 25. GANESWAR (khairkhunt, g p_ghantabahli)  |  December 21, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    Sahara power plant is a global harmful project of indian govt . I congratulate to it but a request we wants a glorious pureity enviourment.OUR ghantabahali GP maximum people are affected bellow poverty, There fore the medical facilities water supply from river, Educational facilities as such as job skill or unskill jobs of affected & tritable person of whole tritable area.WE all the villagours of khairkhunt GP Ghantabahali eagerly waited to the establishment of power plant.GOOD BuY

  • 26. Dasharath (khairkhunt, g p_ghantabahli)  |  December 21, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    WELCOME to sahara power plant.We wants a healthy & milcky enviornment.Because a good enviourment gives us a healthy or good brain.Many people thinks when the power plant set up our area differents kinds of disease people are faced But i thinks its wrong Because the air can not be pollute new system machine be used for operating.Merites & demeries are two brother why we consider the demerites why we do not consider merites.SAHARA POWER PLANT GOD BLESS YOU A NEW MORNING ARRISE WITH U A NEW CHAPTER THANKS.

  • 27. hemanta ku bagarty(khairkhunt, g p_ghantabahli)  |  December 21, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    I mr Hemanta ku bagarty village of khairkhunt under the ghantabahali panchayat. my dream will going to be trueth. Establishment the SAHARA POWER PLANT good dision of the GOVT. Because devlop our new generation, devlop our area and unemployed people get job in our location. so i better think this plant quickly set up in our area.9937639383

  • 28. CHARANSING MAJHI(khairkhunt, g p_ghantabahli)  |  December 22, 2010 at 2:31 pm

    I congratulate to sahara power plant.Sahara power plant is a proud of india govt.Power plant means I thinks force energy strenth of our india.Now a days all kinds of machine dailly use things all are dippended to power.Power is the effort of all force .Light eradicate darkness power plants gives us confidence & gives us engggedment.This is my heartfull imazination and over confidence.WRONG and wright are co_indicatal why we consider all ways wrong why no wright.I wants a global & healthy sorrundings.

  • 29. Sumanta kumar dang  |  December 25, 2010 at 11:02 pm

    Our western odisha yet to be develope and industrialisation is a key factor.As compare to other plants ” power plant” is best. for our developement we have to compromise.there must be fly ash coming out from chimney but there are equipments like ESP(Electro static precipitator)who maintain fly ash %age with in minimum value and clearance from the ENVIROMENT DEPARTMENT should be there to build a plant so take it eassy…….

  • 30. Sumanta kumar dang  |  December 25, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    I request all to come forward and support the upcomming plants in odisha, for the developement.As we all know that our state is the poorer state in the country.

  • 31. Sumanta kumar dang  |  December 25, 2010 at 11:11 pm

    Yes temp rise is a point but there must be term and conditions to make the area greenish to overcome the temp. rise.


  • 32. Prabhat Sahu  |  January 25, 2011 at 12:56 pm

    Sahara power plant is a dream for the KBK unemployed people.According to me for decreasing the temperature of Titilagarh Sahara should give some money for plantation in Titilagarh and it’s nearest village. 9937865625

  • 33. LAMBODAR NIAL  |  January 25, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    unployment had seen a grt drawback of india..and specialy orissa and mostaly in kbk.
    SHARA can b a dream fullfill all the prob. which has broke the backbone of the living creature.
    As titilagarh is famous 4 its high rising temp……..and by ths titilagarh can b pleased sum how by ths regarding the cliamte n temp.
    i handfully support ths project.
    just do it man,,,,,,,,!

  • 34. Manas Ranjan Mohanty  |  February 14, 2011 at 3:34 am

    Temperature of Titilagarh is well known to everybody , its create a record in past. If a Thermal power Plant establish in this area temperature must rise at least 2/3 degree. If it happen then common people of 25/40 KM radios suffer. Every year SAHARA Power plant consume 65 lakh tone coal & 4800 KL fuel. The flay ass & ass management also a big question for people of this area. No doubt unemployment is a big problem in this area, if any industry come in this area its must be agriculture based. I belive in SHARA Hatao TITILAGARH Bachao……

  • 35. selismita behera  |  February 24, 2011 at 4:47 am

    SAHARA POWERPLANT will be a great oppertunity for freshers technical students to get job.


    • 36. Baikuntha , Malijhar  |  February 25, 2011 at 5:26 pm

      Dont think about Your self think about the environment.

  • 37. prakash chandra maharana  |  February 24, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    who those write some comment about projected sahara power plant of titilagarh at least once think about the environment.we are the people who are alive with a horrible tempreture of above 48degree.if once the plant will function then the tempreture is exceed atleast 2/3 degree…………….

  • 38. Baikuntha , Malijhar  |  February 25, 2011 at 5:24 pm

    Friends Before u give any comment, think once about the local farmer who going to loose there land. Ek baar jamin janeke baad wo kya karenge. Hum logon ka habit hai ki subaha uthake jameen jate hain our kheti badi karke paribar chalaten hain. jameen janeke baad kya karenge ? SAHARA power plant main humen cooli ke siba our kuch kaam bhi nahin milega. Hum abhi malik hain kal noukar banenge, yahi hai humara development !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 39. Baikuntha , Malijhar  |  February 25, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Anybody want to know more about Thermal power plant & impact on Environment Please follow the address bellow.

  • 40. titlagarh  |  February 26, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    jo log SAHARA SAHARA ho rahe hain unka 1 dismil bhi jamin nahi ja rahi hai ……….jiski jamin ja rahi hai unse agar puchha jaye ki aap SAHARA ke support main ho ya againsr main to ye SAHARA walon ko pata chalega ki koun kitne pani main hai ?

  • 41. pyarimohan mohapatra  |  February 27, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    sahara plant banane wale bholebhale countryman ko bewakuf banake unka jamin le ke usi jamin par business karke unhi logon ko lutenge lekin ye baat padhelikhe log kyun samajh nahi pa rahe hai ajeeb lag raha hai !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 42. NAVEEN PATTNAIK  |  February 27, 2011 at 3:18 pm


  • 43. RANGABATI KANAKALATA  |  March 7, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    Baap re baap…………………..
    SAHARA toh hume sar se paun tak loot raha hai…….
    Din me taare dikha raha hai………….
    Garibo ko zeher deke maarna chahata hai…………

    NAVEEN Babu ka permission mila hua hai zyada locha karoge toh andar kar denge..
    Sayad yahi naara hai SAHARA ka…

    Log mana kar rahe hein fir bhi haath dhoke pada hua hai…
    Ye plant kisi metro politian city me jake bana tab tera desh tarakki karega…aur pata chalega ki do gaz zameen ka keemat kya hota hai….. Yahan toh logon ko do waqt kI roti tak naseeb nahi hota aur chale aaye desh ki tarakki karne…..wo bhi zameen loot loot ke.. LOOTO BHAI LOOTO… Lootana humara kaam hai….Hum toh garib hein aur garibon ka iss desh me sunta koun hai…Aur sunoge bhi toh kya khak karoge..ANPADH GABAR ko toh noukari nahi doge na?



  • 44. TALAMALA BHARASAGAR  |  March 9, 2011 at 7:00 am

    Desh ki pragati chahnewala company kabhi aake humari ghar me jhank kar dekh, tab pata chalega ki garibi kya hota hai,,
    Hum mazdur hein aur zameen humari jaan hein..humari jaan ko humse alag na karo..
    Humara zamen ke k badle tum hume kya doge..?? Kuch paise, aur kuch tassali,, yehi na?? Par kya tum louta sakte ho humara wo bachpan jish khet khaliar pe hum badte aaye hein..
    Noukari ki naam pe dhoka karoge hume…anpad ko kya noukari doge.. Haan pata hai, ki phir se mazduri karaoge hume, aur tum kar v kya sakte ho??

    Tum jo karna hai karo, par zameen mat chhino.. Desh ki karna chahte ho to ye plant ko mumbai aur delhi me banao, aur yahan pe bade bade school, hospital. Aur college banao..

    Hum itna bebkuf to nahi hein ki aap bole aur hum man jaye.. Fir v sarkar ke sath milke lootna chahta ho toh looto… Jis sarkar ko oriya bolna tak nahi aata aur bade aaye odisha ki tarakki karne.

  • 45. Saroj sahu & dhiraj sahu  |  June 27, 2011 at 9:28 am

    The status of our region are underdeveloped.If we are opposing sahara power plant not to establish in our area then we are the greatest fool.
    Everybody require developement.sahara will bring all type of developement to our area.our area will be a special place in a map.moreover if we talked about loss land then more than that we must be benifited along with individual of our family member.pollution control is the its not a big problemt.think about the unemployment problem that can be minimized.we must welcome SAHARA POWER PLANT.

    • 46. Pramod  |  July 1, 2011 at 4:02 am

      It is a clever idea to welcoming development in our area.But not with the free gifts like pollution and diseases. I agree with your deep thinking about the unemployment problem in our area. But in my view the thermal power plant is not a right answer for that. Why youths like you are not thinking about a solution which solve the unemployment problem with out pollution. Let think again . Till we have time in our hand to save our innocent people from the hazard of pollution and disease. We have fertile soil, water of ever flowing river Tel and many more things. Why can just we are not thinking to utilize in a healthy and logical way. please think over it…………+

  • 47. XYZ  |  August 16, 2011 at 9:07 am

    Whats the latest progress on setting of sahara power plant?has the land acquisition and boundry wal work started?

  • 48. srinibas sahu  |  September 6, 2011 at 10:54 am

    a bright career comming soon in our district .if sahara power ,is establish in titlagarh ,our career is a very beautyful morning is comming soon

  • 49. XYZ  |  September 9, 2011 at 5:00 am

    is the land acquisition is in progress ..? how much they are paying per acre of land? how many acres of private land they are acquiring?

  • 50. seshadev (NETWORK ENGG. IN JINDAL STEEL AND POWER)  |  October 2, 2011 at 7:41 am

    its good to see that there is going to setup a power plant in our balangir district. but it is true that some land has been losing so many people. i wanna say that the land loser are strictly conditioned to the sahara that the coming generation of their sons and daughter 100% be secure with the power plant jobs. if some guys are known anything than Quality teaching with technical process should provide now for the land loser family. if you land lose it does not mattter that u lose everything.todays the rain is falling that much to success of cultivation. so go for the businness with sahara power plant u must suceed. some unknowing people thinking that if sahara power plant setup than the temperature will be high in titilagarh. my dear friend there is technology which is not produce any carbon dioxide gas in atmosphere. it is successfully running in jindal steel and power plant angul believe me. if a village will be develop than a town will be develop if a town will be develop than a district will be develop if a district will be develop than a state must develop. co-operate the power plant but some condition………. it will keep in mind that the land loser find the money as the process which law has passed for land acqusition in parliament……. thank u

  • 51. jauban  |  November 11, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    really speaking this thermal power plant in ttlg area bring lots of damage to the ecosystem of this area. The other thing is that instead of getting job local unemployed cant satisfactory position or post. No doubt we get some benifite but this benifit is too less compare to loss. Thousand of poor people migrated , lost their agricultural ffeild ….and at last they r not able to earn atleast substitence level of money.

  • 52. balkrushna sand  |  December 1, 2011 at 9:13 am

    sahara hua to life jingalala, happy to help , karlo dunia muthi me, connecting people

    • 53. Pramod Kumar Bag  |  December 1, 2011 at 4:07 pm

      Khusiyon ki subh ghadi main kuchh mithaa ho jaaye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • 54. Santosh Kumar Bag  |  March 20, 2012 at 10:38 am

        Cadbury Dairy milk……………..?

  • 55. Dillip Kumar Duria  |  January 11, 2012 at 10:10 am

    sahara power plant,will be a great oppertuinity for technical syudents of bolangir also orissa. but,temperature of Titilagarh is well known to everybody , its create a record in past. If a Thermal power Plant establish in this area Temperature must rise at least 2/3 degree. If it happen then common people of 25/40 KM radios suffer. Every year SAHARA Power plant consume 65 lakh tone coal & 4800 KL fuel. The flay ass & ass management also a big question for people of this area. No doubt unemployment is a big problem in this area, if any industry come in this area its must be welcome… but all the things have to manage the sahara group.…Sahara power plant is a dream for the KBK unemployed people.According to me for decreasing the temperature of Titilagarh Sahara should give some money for plantation in Titilagarh and it’s nearest village.


  • 56. bimal jain  |  February 9, 2012 at 3:37 pm

    sahara power plant is one of the biggest opportunity for KBK region people so they must think about it ….and don’t miss this opportunity…..

    Bimal jain
    electrical engineer
    jindal stainless limited

    • 57. ABHILASH MISHRA , SWADHIN PADA (TITILAGARH)  |  May 11, 2012 at 4:16 pm

      Hello all ,
      we are all discussing the same on a facebook page (TITILAGARH),
      please join us to Share your views for Sahara Power Plant

  • 58. Bhawani Hota  |  March 12, 2012 at 10:22 am

    Jou loka mane sahara plant prati ahetuka anukampa dekhau achanti semane nischita bhabe sahara company tharu besh artha paiba nisha gharichi abam semene jani chanti gariba loke garam re maribe kintu tankar ghare ta AC chalichi tenu asubidha kauthi.Babu ebebi samay achi sahara wala kemiti area chadi paleibe sethi prati dhyana deba darkar.

  • 59. Santosh Kumar Bag  |  March 20, 2012 at 10:25 am

    An Organisation developing in rural area is a good sound to dovelop that area, In the name of Land Accusition some are taking wrong chances that may cause damage of dignity, culture good relation between the parallal families………!

  • 60. Santosh Kumar Bag  |  March 20, 2012 at 10:35 am

    If there any gurranty that after installation of plant, all people will get job………!

  • 61. xyz  |  March 27, 2012 at 10:37 am

    out of 1366 acre ..sahar has already acquired 804 acres…which is sufficient to build the power plant….rest is need to develope township….

  • 63. ABHILASH MISHRA , SWADHIN PADA (TITILAGARH)  |  May 11, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    Hello all ,

    we are all discussing the same on a facebook page (TITILAGARH),
    please join us to Share your views for Sahara Power Plant

  • 64. Suraj  |  October 27, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    Pehle Paridesh ko dekho bat me jo lana hai lao ye to garmi jaga hai dekho…
    Om namo narayanay

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    plant hogay to hamari aachha hoga mob – 9937943577 i t i student

  • 66. Suraj  |  April 28, 2014 at 1:30 am

    No like it
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