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In keeping with its objective of inclusivity and all round development of
Puri as a Swachh Iconic Place, NALCO today launched battery-operated vehicle service
free of cost, at Puri railway station for senior citizens, differently-abled passengers and sick
people, in association with Khurda Railways Division.
The free-battery operated vehicle service was flagged off by Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand, CMD, NALCO and Shri Braj Mohan Agarwal, Divisional Railway Manager, Khurda. The initiative will benefit passengers travelling to Puri, which is an internationally-acclaimed religious and tourist destination.
Dr. Chand, CMD, NALCO, said, ‘NALCO is a symbol of pride in Odisha and the country. This battery-operated vehicle service will be free of cost to senior citizens, specially-abled persons and sick passengers. As a responsible corporate citizen, we have undertaken several projects to promote and develop Puri under Hon’ble Prime Minister’s Swachh Iconic Place project. Stressing on scaling up this initiative, Dr. Chand added, ‘’Battery-operated vehicle service will also be provided from Jagannath Ballav to Lord Jagannath temple, which will help in decongestion of Grand Road and enable the pilgrims to visit the Temple.’’
Praising NALCO for this noble initiative, Shri Braj Mohan Agarwal, Divisional Railway Manager, Khurda, complimented Dr. Chand for readily agreeing to provide battery-operated vehicles proposed by Railways in Puri, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack stations. Further, he said, ‘’This initiative will benefit lakhs of people visiting Puri. NALCO is carrying out a number of CSR projects in this historic place and contributing to Puri’s development. We are very proud to work with NALCO in CSR activities.’’ An MoU was also signed between Railways and NALCO, in presence of senior railway officials and NALCO executives.
Under the Swachh Iconic Place Project, NALCO is carrying out a number of activities, including, development and beautification of Gandhi Park, multi-storeyed car parking at sea beach, renovation of Niladri Vihar museum inside Jagannath Temple, providing access to drinking water at various spots in the city, development of heritage corridor, among other initiatives.
Raj Kapoor suffered from asthma in his later years; he died of complications related to asthma in 1988 at the age of 63. He collapsed at the event where he was to receive the Dadasaheb Phalke Award , and was taken to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for treatment. He was hospitalised for about a month before he succumbed to complications arising from his asthma.  At the time of his death, he was working on the movie Henna (an Indo-Pakistan based love story). The film was later completed by his sons Randhir and Rishi Kapoor and was released in 1991.