Movement for establishing Kendrapada District Medical College spread to Bhubaneswar


Kendrapara: A meeting of the committee was held on behalf of the Kendrapara District Medical College Joint Action Committee on the premises of the local public reading room under the chairmanship of President Professor Ajay Samal. In the beginning, Editor Lawyer Ramani Ranjan Routray presented the details of the previous day’s program.

If a medical college is established in our district, about 50 lakh people in districts like Jagatsinghpur, Bhadrak, and Dhenkanal will depend on it. But in the district, while the national highways, railways, rivers, and Brahmani river were in effect, the government has already established 3 to 11 government medical colleges and 20 to 20 private medical colleges. But while the chief minister himself has taken charge of Kendrapada district, there is no government medical college here. On behalf of the Joint Action Committee, a meeting will be held with all the Ministers, MLAs, MPs, and People’s Representatives of the district on September 10th and on the birthday of Bhagat Singh on September 28th in front of the Bhubaneswar Raj Bhavan, a huge gathering of all political parties and social organizations of Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and Kendrapara districts will be held. It has been decided in this meeting that the movement will be held at 10 am.

Professor Nand Kishore Parida, former MLA Chinmay Prasad Behura, Raj Kishore Biswal, Sohana Begum, Bhagirathi Jena, Adikand Raul, Fakir Charan Khatua, Niranjan Mekap, Prafulla Kumar Das, Sridhar Mohanty, Narayan Panda, Golak Chandra Mahabhoi, editor of the Fair Traders Association were present in the meeting. Chittaranjan Mohanty, Ghafar Khan, Khajyar Shaw, Karunakar Das, Yasmin Begum, Staff Leader Ame Naik, Hrishikesh Naik, Dr. Balaram Lenka, Journalist Ashish Captain, Sridhar Bhod, Dhiren Kumar Das, Siddharth Shankar Roy, Suresh Chandra Patnaik from 9 major blocks and 2 municipalities were joined by hundreds of people. It has been decided to send a call for the right to establish a medical college.

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