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Asserting that Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) will win in the 2024 Assembly elections, Leader of Opposition in Odisha Assembly Jayanarayan Mishra on Tuesday said we are currently preparing our ground by fertilizing fields and will definitely reap the crop in 2024.

Mishra said this after his return from Delhi where he met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party president JP Nadda.

“Everything happens on a time schedule. As far as our prospects for winning the election in Odisha are concerned, we will definitely win it in 2024,” Mishra claimed.

Drawing comparison with farming, he said, “BJP has been preparing its ground in Odisha since long. We initially sowed the seeds and watered the ground. We are currently in a stage where we are fertilizing the ground. The crop will be ready for reaping in 2024.”

Asked about the corruption allegations in Odisha and whether CBI, ED will take matters into their own hands, Mishra said, “I am not the spokesperson of CBI or ED. We are political persons and will strive to win elections. Central agencies work independently. We do not have any say in their work.”

“Having said that, we will be more than happy if the central investigative agencies probe corruption in Odisha, because it has crossed all the limits in the state,” he added.

The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) however rubbished the claims by Mishra. The Chief Whip of the ruling party, Prashant Muduli said, “The voters have proved many times in the past who they want to rule the State. The people are with us and the BJD does not need a certificate from the Opposition.”

Mishra’s assertions have come on the heels of BJP’s three-day workshop which concluded recently in Puri. Many central leaders of the saffron party joined the training work shop where they addressed the party members on getting back to winning ways in Odisha.

It is worthwhile to mention here that BJP president, JP Nadda will visit Odisha on September 29.

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