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Dilip Kumar

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  • The meeting was attended by State president Sameer Mohanty, general secretary Prithviraj Harichandan and Manas Kumar Mohanty.
  • In the meeting it was decided that the party would carry out a mass outreach programme to encourage and inspire the leaders and supporters at the grassroot level.

In a bid to popularise the Central welfare schemes on ground and make people aware of the failures of the BJD-led Odisha government, the State BJP today convened a meeting with the grassroots level representatives with an eye on the panchayat elections scheduled in February 2022.

The meeting chaired by former Panhayati Raj minister and senior party leader Raghunath Mohanty was attended by State president Sameer Mohanty, general secretary Prithviraj Harichandan and Manas Kumar Mohanty.

In the meeting it was decided that the party would carry out a mass outreach programme in near future to encourage and inspire the leaders and supporters at the grassroot level.

Discussions over strategies to floor the BJD-led government over its anti-people policies will be held tomorrow during the two day meet.
Popularising the Central schemes among people in Odisha would be the key agenda of the meeting, said Shankar Parida, State Coordinator of BJP Panhayati Raj committee.

“The BJP will tour villages in order to make people aware about the powers of the people and their representative at the grassroots level. The party will expose the State government’s massive scams and irregularities in the implementation of major welfare schemes. The BJP will explain to people how the BJD government is taking away the powers of the local representatives,” he added.

The party has prepared an elaborate strategy to expose the State government’s plans to suppress the powers of the people’s representatives.

Representatives from Panahayat levels have been invited to the meeting today which aimed at cornering the corrupt face of the State government, he pointed out.

The State BJP has geared up for the three-tier Panahayat polls scheduled to be held in February next year.

The move comes after the State Election Commission recently gave a green signal for conducting the polls.

The Commission had asked the Odisha Government to take necessary measures for delimitation of wards and reservations.

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