Bhubaneswar: For the second time during a month, Chief Minister Naveen Pattnaik was again seen to allow himself to take selfies on an unofficial visit. Pattnaik was seen to take selfie with some students of Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) here on Sunday.
Pattnaik on Sunday paid a visit to organic farms developed by the students of OUAT while his visit to the varsity for inauguration of some infrastructure projects.
As per sources, after completion of the scheduled inauguration programmes, Pattnaik met some students and interacted with them which was not a part in his scheduled itinerary.
He visited the organic farms along with some BSc agriculture students. Later, he also visited the maize research fields of students and interacted with them on the application of the research for the farmers of the state.
Earlier on March 8 of this year, he had surprised the people by allowing them to take selfies with him during an unofficial visit to a bookshop, ‘Oxford Book Store’, located at Jaydev Vihar in the city. He had obliged the visitors in the shop by posing for a selfie with them where he had been along with his elder sister Gita Mehta to buy books.