Patnaik dedicates ultra modern Netaji Bus Terminal to people of Odisha

Cuttack, Sep 16 : Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday dedicated the ultra modern Netaji Bus Terminal with world class facilities , built at a cost of Rs 90 crore in the silver city to the people of the state.
Patnaik aalso inaugurated nine developmental projects and laid foundation stone for four projects worth Rs 541 crore in total for Cuttack city.
Speaking on the occasion Patnaik said Cuttack, a city of thousand years is the most favourite city for the people of Odisha.
The Durga Puja, Baliyatra, Cricket match in Barabati Stadium, SCB Medical college in the city have always been a great identity of Odisha, he said adding “we have to make this identity more prominent”.
The city , the Chief Minister said, is adorned with a new form nowadays. The transformation of the city is going on with the Ravenshaw College, the Pride of Odisha becoming a University and the work is on to transform SCB Medical College and hospital to AIIMS PLUS health institution.
Transformation in health, education, communication and Infrastructure development indicates a prosperous future, Patnaik said and sought the cooperation of the people to further expedite the transformation process.
The Chief Minister said Cuttack has always been special for him and will remain so in future as it is his birth place .
The Netaji Bus Terminal, he said, will be a tribute to Netaji Subash Chandra Bose who spent his childhood days in the city,his ancestral place
The Bus terminal built at a cost of Rs 90 crore has the provision to accommodate 192 buses at a time. There is a waiting room, special ticket counters for gents and ladies and facilities available in Airport have been made in the bus terminal for the benefit of passengers.
The AAHAR Kendra inside the terminal is the biggest in the state. The terminal also has Mission Shakti cafe for the passengers, Patnaik said.

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