Vikash Sharma

Former Odisha BJP president KV Singh Deo on Sunday alleged that the state government has suppressed 24 Commission of Inquiry reports in the last 25 years of its rule.

At a presser held at Bhubaneswar, the former state BJP chief claimed that the saffron party is heading towards a two-thirds majority and will form the government in Odisha on June 4. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already invited the people to the oath-taking ceremony in Bhubaneswar.

"In the last 25 years, the Odisha government had instituted 24 Commission of Inquiry, but so far not a single report has been accepted or made public. After forming the government in Odisha, the BJP will make such reports public. Similarly, Ratna Bhandar report will also be made public within three months of forming government in the state," said KV Singh Deo.

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The senior BJP leader further said that the party had raised the issue of mining scam in 2009-2010 and the state government deviated on the issue. The BJP will take this also to its logical conclusion, he added. 

"The Odisha government had announced Rs 300 crore corpus fund to return money to the duped investors. But nobody knows what happened to it. Once the BJP comes to power here, the party will bring the truth within three months and take steps for returning money to the investors," the BJP leader added.

Meanwhile, no comments could be obtained from the BJD leaders over the allegations made by the BJP.

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