A big announcement was made by the honourable Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik on Monday, that the property details of the party leaders are to be uploaded on the internet platforms. As per the sources, starting from the Sarpanch to MLAs and including CM, everyone’s property statement will be uploaded and will be available in the public domain.
Three Persons Arrested over GST Fraud Case
In Cuttack, three persons have been arrested over GST fraud case for cheating the government over modulating crores of rupees through multiple bank transactions with fake GST invoices. The action took place on Monday night. As per the sources, the accused arrested are Rajiv Mishra, Smruti Mohanty, and Soumya Mohanty.
Border Disputes between Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Government
A dispute is going on between the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Government regarding the cases of Manikpatna under Rayagada block of Gajapati district that has come to the limelight of the administration under the revenue map of Odisha. As per the sources, the villages are neglected by the government bodies.
Family Flees from Village after Maoists Threat
In Totaguda Village at Malkangiri, a family fled away from the village after getting threatened by the Maoists for suspecting them to be the informer of police. As per sources, the family was suspected of passing information to police about the Maoists’ movement, for which they have threatened to go away with the family members.
760 Leopards Surviving in Odisha
The leopards in the state have been more than doubled in the last four years. It stands now approximately at 760. As per the sources, the report has been produced by the Union Minister of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change on Monday. It indicates a hundred percent growth in the leopard population.
Improved Infrastructure for Exam Management
The Odisha Public Service Commission has come forward to improve the exam management’s infrastructure by changing the overall structure and its functioning. As per the sources, OPSC has adopted many measures and has upgraded the IT infrastructure. According to the OPSC Chairman, there will be incremental changes in Human Resources, Infrastructure, and IT.
Annual Water Flow Census from January 3
In Mayurbhanj, the annual water flow census will begin on January 3. This survey will be done across water bodies present in the district to count on the migratory bird’s arrival as a part of the winter season’s annual sojourn.