Sing ‘Bande Utkala’ on May 30 for Corona warriors: CM Naveen to all Odias

Bhubaneswar:  Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today appealed to all Odias across the world to sing Bande Utkala Janani  at 5.30 PM on May 30 to encourage corona warriors.

In a video message,  Patnaik said, “I request all Odias, irrespective of where you are staying, to sing Bande Utkala Janani at 5.30 PM on May 30 by maintaining social distancing. The initiative aims at encouraging COVID19- warriors and respecting their dedication and sacrifices.

The  song had inculcated a spirit of patriotism among all Odias and strengthened the bonding among themselves during the the fight for formation of a separate Odisha State. “In the current time of COVID-19 crisis,  the song will be of great help in strengthening our determination,” Patnaik added.

The CM also expressed his gratitude to the people of Odisha for cooperating with the Government in the fight against coronavirus.

“Saving every life is my priority. Odisha has set an example in the entire world in saving lives during the pandemic. The state’s death rate is lowest in the world while around 50 per cent of the total patients in the state have recovered and returned to their houses so far,” the CM said in the video.

Also, the Chief minister spoke to leaders of various political parties on singing of Bande Utkala Janani on May 30 to encourage covid warriors. He spoke to Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, PCC President Niranjan Patnaik. State BJP President Sameer Mohanty, Samajwadi Party President Ravi Behera and Auli Patnaik of Marxist Communist Party and sought their cooperation in boosting the morale of COVID warriors.

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