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Naveen assures Anganwadi workers to look into their demands

Bhubaneswar, Oct 17: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has assured the agitating Anganwadi workers that he would certainly look into their demands during a meeting at the Secretariat here today.

With the indefinite dharna of Anganwadi workers at the Lower PMG square entering into 36th day today, a group of workers met the Chief Minister at the Secretariat and submitted their 17 point charter of demand requesting him to consider their case on an urgent basis.

After hearing from the workers in a composed manner Naveen said, 'I would surely look into your issues.'

Following the assurance from Naveen,  the Anganwadi workers have expressed their happiness and hoped that their demands would now be met sooner than later.

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