The Union Ministry of Mines has recently asked the state government to put off the auction, causing further delays .
The rest of the districts will continue to get existing benefits under the scheme as of now.
As a result, flood waters have started receding in local rivers of Malkangiri and Koraput districts.
The monsoon rain is crucial for not just Odisha but entire India as only one-third of its arable land has irrigation facility.
The order brings back one of the sensational crime cases of Odisha from cold storage.
Malkangiri district has already been reeling under flood-like situation due to incessant rains.
“Route identification, survey and detailproject reports for these roads are to start,” the report said.
The Odisha Private Engineering College Association had also informed the government regarding the fake advertisement.
Malkangiri received a total of 2399.50 mm rainfall in five days, averaging 343 mm a day.
The regional coal supplier produces around 210,000 tonnes of coal during the rainy season.