How Odisha govt. betrayed the people of western Odisha: An article by Uttam Kumar Pradhan

September 12, 2011 at 5:14 pm 1 comment

Following report is from the Sambad:



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  • 1. narendra kumar mohanty  |  September 13, 2011 at 7:41 am

    I have went through the article by Sri Uttam Kumar Pradhan.No doubt , Mr.pradhan is experienced person in this matter.He opines his views ,which are now known by most of western orissa people like me.When Mr.Pradhan was in Chair person of Paschim Orissa Vikas Parisad, he told that he had tried his best but not possible to shift the office to Western Orissa due to some politicians.He should mention their names.Further, this article is written in the juncture period when Sindhol Project is planned by government with their ill mind and people of Western Orissa are awaken to create separate Koshal State.According to him, if Koshal State created,Costal belt will be turned to drought due to lack of water supplied through Mahanadi mainly supported by other rivers of Western Orissa.A question arises, when Mr.Pradhan is retired government official stationed at Bhubaneswar and knows every thing about government why he is not coming back to his home district,Bhawanipatna and help the KKD for formation of new Koshal State.I sincerly request him to help KKD as an advisor atleast in the name of MAA MANIKESWARI.


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