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Berhampur,18/10/19:Acting on the allegation of possession of disproportionate assets to his income by Sri Sukru Swain, Ex Dist Culture Officer, Chatrapur, at present at Dhenkanal as  Dist Culture Officer, vigilance sleuths conducted raids on his office room and houses at different places to detect assets possessed by him and his family members.

According to SP,Vigilance,Berhampur, on the strength of Search warrants issued by the Special Judge Vigilance, Berhampur, the anti-corruption wings conducted simultaneous searches  at 6 places i.e. Residential triple storied building  at Sisupalgarh, Bhubaneswar, Galaxy Computer Centre at Gadamahabir, Sisupalgarh, Bhubaneswar, Office Chamber, place of stay at Dhenknal, Residential Single storied building at Shakti Nagar, Berhampur  of Sri Swain and Paternal house located at  Mouza Rastali, PS Kodala, Dist Ganjam.

The present status of the search, Swain owns assets worth lakhs disproportionate to his known sources of income. The raids will continue till tomorrow according to source. The Further report follows.

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Berhampur,18/10/19:Acting on the allegation of possession of disproportionate assets to his income by Sri Sukru Swain, Ex Dist Culture Officer, Chatrapur, at present at Dhenkanal as  Dist Culture Officer, vigilance sleuths conducted raids on his office room and houses at different places to detect assets possessed by him and his family members.

According to SP,Vigilance,Berhampur, on the strength of Search warrants issued by the Special Judge Vigilance, Berhampur, the anti-corruption wings conducted simultaneous searches  at 6 places i.e. Residential triple storied building  at Sisupalgarh, Bhubaneswar, Galaxy Computer Centre at Gadamahabir, Sisupalgarh, Bhubaneswar, Office Chamber, place of stay at Dhenknal, Residential Single storied building at Shakti Nagar, Berhampur  of Sri Swain and Paternal house located at  Mouza Rastali, PS Kodala, Dist Ganjam.

The present status of the search, Swain owns assets worth lakhs disproportionate to his known sources of income. The raids will continue till tomorrow according to source. The Further report follows.

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Rayagada,(Therubali)18/10/19:With instructions from Sri K V Rao, Vice-President, IMFA the CSR wing on behalf of Banshidhar & Ila Panda Foundation distributed various learning materials like note books, pencils, erasers, cutters, geometry boxes, etc in their four peripheral villages under Therubali, Khedapada, Kartikaguda, Keliguda, Dumuriguda, Bhatapur, Badakhilapadara, Suri gram panchayats. According to reliable sources more 4890 students were benefited in these eight panchayats.  

"We are always alert for our social responsibility and commitment to develop the education, health, sports, drinking water and overall environment in the surrounding villages and Banshidhar and Ila Panda Foundation is meant to promote such cause in a continuous basis", said Sri Rao. 

The distribution programme was graced by octogenarian Gandhian Sri Jayaram Jena, Sri Badal Tah of Sarvodaya Mandal, Sri Radheshyam Panda of Palli Vikas, Sri Sakti Prasad Panigrahi, Senior Manger, IMFA in the presence of teachers, students, parents, staff of IMFA and several PRI members, who wished their best towards the initiatives of the Foundation.

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Berhampur,17/10/19:Going ahead with the objective of bringing financial inclusions among women SHGs in the urban areas, Berhampur Municipal Corporations (BeMC) moves one step closer in establishing a system for locals SHGs to manage the Septage Treatment Plant in the city.

A two days long orientation cum evaluation process is being arranged for the shortlisted.SHGs of Berhampur; the top SHG will later be trained for managing the septage treatment plant at Mahuda.

 “The initiative will open a window for women SHGs to set a milestone to be entrepreneurs in the Sanitation Value chain by ensuring financial inclusion of women living in urban poor areas.” 

BeMC is taking steps for involving women SHG in the operation and maintenance of the SeTP in the city. The short listing of the appropriate SHG for this work was done through a rigorous evaluation process. Four SHGs were shortlisted among 70 other SHGs who had aspired for taking up this task. All the SHGs were scrutinised through a pre-qualification criteria. These four shortlisted SHGs will go through a series of evaluation process in these two days which will led to the selection of the final SHG, which will be given the responsibility of managing the SeTP. This is a classic example of convergence where State Urban Development Agency (SUDA), Odisha Water Supply and Sewerage Board (OWSSB) and BeMC are joining hands together for encouraging financial inclusion for women living in urban poor areas by including them in sanitation value chain. 

The shortlisted SHGs are Mahuri Kalua SHG, Jay Maa Santoshi SHG, Mahalaxmi SHG and Nabadipa SHG who have shown excellent track record in managing funds and exhibiting entrepreneurial skills during the pre-qualification process. These SHGs will also visit the SeTP at Mahuda and will be briefed about its operation and maintenance at the plant itself from engineers of Odisha Water Supply and Sewerage Board (OWSSB) which is the nodal agency for setting up and managing all SeTPs in the state. This initiative will create a model for other SeTPs in the state to adopt inclusion of Women SHGs to operate and maintain the SeTPs.

This is noted that, Odisha has been pioneer in liquid waste management by establishing a structured FSSM (Faecal Sludge and Septage Management) roadmap for the state. The State Housing and Urban Development department have planned to achieve hundred per cent scientific disposal of faecal sludge and septage across 114 ULBs including the all five corporations in the state. BeMC has been a torch bearer by creating examples of involving local women SHGs in the sanitation value chain. There are 26 SHGs who are already managing 36 community toilets in the city.

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Berhampur,17/10/19:The  CDPO, Aska informed to Sri Sai Prasad Samal, Centre Coordinator of CHILDLINE, that yesterday a child was thrown away at the bay of Rushikulya river, back side of Suna Aamba Street, Aska. He asked the coordinator for avoiding illegal adoption and rescue the baby. A lady claiming to keep the baby in her custody. 

A team of Ms Pranati Kaur & Mr Balaram Mallick of CL went to the spot, after observing the situation they requested the IIC, Aska PS for providing support to rescue the baby. With the help of police they went to the women's house, but she denied to hand over the baby after getting from the community support. After interference of the IIC finally the baby rescued by the team and brought to Asks medical for primary treatment.

The Aska medical referred the child to MKCG for further treatment. After discharged from the Medical they will produce before the Child Welfare Committee, Ganjam for short term or long term shelter. 

Until the baby produce before the CWC, the will under CL's supervision.

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