Monday, April 23, 2007

Lalit Patnaik on Agami Orissa's plans

Dear Friends,
Let's wake up and revive our activities for Delhi Movement. In the mean time there has been some positive response for demand of IIT in Orissa by all Political Parties, irrespective of their Party alliance. It's a very Good sign.

The Intellectuals from different regional HQ'rs are gearing up for the movement. Already Berhampur Intellectuals have conducted a meeting on 11th' April and have invited core member's of Agamee Odisha to the said meeting. Dr Santosh,Prof. Suderson,Dr Namita, Er Ajay, My self and My wife Swagata attended the meeting held at Municipalty GH. All were equivocal in creating a social force in Orissa through Agamee Odisha. They also requested us to take up their local issues like drinking water problem and one Southern Tech university. Regarding water problem the matter has already been taken up and the CE(PHD) Er Dillip Singh is getting a Long Water Pipe Line project for Berhampur approved by Govt.

Sambalpur region is organizing a mass Budhijibi rally on 28th April'07. The rally will march from Church, near GM College by 5 pm and hand over memorandum to Collector demanding IIT and up gradation of UCE, Burla to IIEST status. The memorandum will be for PM through Collector of Sambalpur. The coordinator is Er Ashesh Padhi, Secy Alumni Assn.UCE, Burla and his mobile number is 9437063788. Swabhimani Odia may participate in the rally or ask their friends around Sambalpur to join the rally. Agamee Odisha, bbsr will leave in the intercity express in the morning of 28 th April . Interested person may join at the station.

Agamee Odisha core members are meeting to-day with it's President Mr DK Ray in chair at 6.30 pm at plot 226, kharavela nagar,bbsr. Run up to Delhi march and action plan will be discussed. Interested Members may participate.
Lalit Pattnaik,
Working President Agamee Odisha
( PS. Today,Indian Express has published an article " Why an IIT In Orissa" by Prof Chitta Baral of Arizona University. It's very timely and we thank Prof. Baral)

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