Is Naveen Patnaik Following The Path Of Narendra Modi For Digital Appearance In Public!

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Before three years ago Prime Minister Narendra Modi get in touch with students across the country on Teacher’s day through videoconferencing. Recently in a very similar way Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik also announced he will reach out to students and their parents directly and will communicate with them through videoconferencing on 14th November, Children’s Day.

In his 17-years of political career, it will be the first time when CM Naveen Patnaik would address more than 660,000 students in the state’s 62,000 schools and we’re not surprised by this. As from last couple of months BJD govt. and it’s leaders has changed their approach towards the citizens.

As per a report of TOI a student of class IX has said that “We have not seen Naveen Patnaik talking much. His speeches are also very brief and pin pointed. So when he has planned to address children we are really excited about it.”

The event will be telecasted live from Capital High School & the headmaster and school management committee members will contact the villagers and parents having television with the set-up box connection facilities to watch the programme.

From traditional way of interacting with people to going digital, seems like CM Naveen Patnaik is on the right track!

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