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Naveen to seek Central Aid for Odisha in Meeting with Modi

Bhubaneswar, Nov 03: Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik will meet prime minister Narendra Modi seeking central aid for the state due to severe cyclonic storm Hudhud.

Patnaik will leave for New Delhi on Nov 4 and will return on Nov 6. During his stay in the national capital for 2 two days, the CM will meet PM Modi and submit memorandum seeking help for the state affected in the natural disaster Hudhud.

Patnaik will also meet other cabinet ministers during his stay in New Delhi. 

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