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Credai Odisha aids flood-affected people

Bhubaneswar, Oct 29 : Association of real estate builders and developers in India, Credai Odisha chapter and Credai's Youth Wing (CYW) responding to the appeal by Odisha Chief Minister Nabin Pattnaik on Monday visited the cyclone and flood affected areas of Ganjam district to distribute the relief materials to the people.


This initiative was a part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities being taken by Credai Odisha.

All the members of the association contributed to this relief work.

Under the guidance of Member of Parliament (MP) of Berhempur, Siddhanth Mohapatra; the District Collector (DC) of Chatrapur; Project Director of District Rural Development Agency (DRDA); Credai officials and volunteers ventured into severely affected areas like Khatiya (Ramchandrapur),Haripur (Chatrapur), Kalipaly (Bhandara Chatrapur), Narayanpur (Rangeilunda Block), Baranga, Kunapali, Podumpeta, Gada Madhabapur, Kalarabadi, Nua/ Puruna Podumpeta (Gopalpur).

Total quantity of relief for 3000 persons approximately amounted to Rs.7,00,000 (seven lakhs).

The Credai Odisha chapter took this initiative under the leadership of General Secretary Umesh Pattnaik, .

--IBNS (Posted on 29-10-2013)

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