Bhubaneswar: The Odisha State Planning Board on Monday determined to finish the under-construction bridge on Bhargavi River close to Mali Sahi in Puri district
Throughout a digital assembly chaired by State Planning Board Vice-Chairperson Sanjay Das Burma, it was determined that in a bid to guard people who find themselves residing close to Chilika shore from excessive tide, the bridge has to finish as quickly as attainable.
Odisha Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mohapatra additionally directed the officers of the Odisha Development Company (OCC) to expedite the development work on time.
Within the assembly, it was additionally determined to construct a management construction and a bridge over the Sunamukhi River, citing the necessity for the Brahmagiri block. It’s estimated to value Rs 4 crore for this undertaking.
“Sustainable preparations are wanted for the safety of areas similar to Alupatna, Baghmunda, Nuagaon, Sipkuda, Arkuda, Sanpatna, Mirzapur, Gabgundu, Sipbandha, and Mott, that are affected by the storms and excessive tides of Chilika. And the bridge has to finish as quickly as attainable in a bid to guard people who find themselves residing close to Chilika shore from excessive tide,” Vice Chairperson, Das Burma stated.
“The necessity for a long-term and sustainable plan to be applied instantly, whereas the coastal areas from Alupatana to the coastal areas are incessantly affected by steady excessive tides,” Das Burma added.
The Chief Secretary harassed the necessity to begin and full the three initiatives inside the stipulated time-frame. He has additionally directed the Water Assets Division to take quick steps to construct a saltwater dam with the assistance of NABARD.