Home / Regional / 61 More Additional Storage Centres To Be Built In 20 Districts Of Odisha

61 More Additional Storage Centres To Be Built In 20 Districts Of Odisha

Bhubaneswar, 8 May-2014, Abhijit Saha: The Government of Odisha will be building 61 additional storage centres in 20 districts of the state. These centres will include Kandhamal, Gajapati and Ganjam on Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.

61 More Additional Storage Centres To Be Built In 20 Districts Of Odisha

61 More Additional Storage Centres To Be Built In 20 Districts Of Odisha

Daringibadi, Tikaballi and Tumudi Bandh in Kandhamal district, Khallikote, Bhanjanagar, Surada, Rangailunda, Patrapur and Jagannathprasad of Ganjam district and Paralakhemundi, R Udayagiri, Mohana and Kasinagar in Gajapati district will get one center each.
These storage centres would be put up with an objective to store and preserve all agricultural products and valuable food grains. All storage centres would be built with an area of 21,000 sqft in which 2,500 MT of food grains can be preserved and every storage centre would be located at a distance of 5 km of the concerned Block or Panchayat office to simplify the process of loading, unloading and delivery and supply of stored food grains to various destinations. Sources said that the Government would give these storage centres to the State Civil Supply Corporation on rent for a period of 10 months.
A workshop was also held in this regard at the office of Revenue Divisional Commissioner (South Division) on Monday for finalizing its plan. The workshop was attended by chief Manager of Bhubaneswar Centre for Transportation Research and Management Consultancy, Ashok Singh, VP Saroj Kumar Nayak, IFC representative Akshya Kumar Satya and ACSOs of Brahmapur and Chatrapur.

Check Also

Shiv Aarti at Taj Mahal once again create controversy

AGRA(DNA): Taj Mahal witnessed high drama on Wednesday when two men worshiping Hindu God, Shiv, …

Will support BJP, RSS if they shun politics of hatred, says Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind

NEW DELHI: Leading Muslim organisation Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind has said that its opposition to the BJP …