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Rashmi Ranjan

Bhubaneswar: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda on Saturday expressed confidence that the saffron party will form the government in Odisha.

Addressing the party's virtual State executive meeting, the Nadda said, “The days are not far when we will form government in Odisha. We take the vow."

“In 2014 Lok Sabha election, we got 21 per cent votes, while the tally increased to 38 per cent in 2019 elections. We need to be determined to get 50 per cent votes in the ensuing polls,” Nadda said while lauding party workers’ effort for reaching out to people during COVID19 pandemic.

“BJP is determined for the betterment of Odisha farmers. Rs 18,000 crore has been provided under PM Kisan Yojana’s second instalment,” Nadda informed.

Lauding Narendra Modi-led government’s effort in containing the spread of the virus, Nadda said, “More than 10 lakh tests are being conducted every day in the country. Moreover, free rations are being provided to the denizens ensuring food for all.”

Meanwhile, BJP Odisha unit chief Samir Mohanty alleged irregularities in COVID 19 management and vendetta politics by ruling-BJD during the party's State executive meeting attended by Vice President Baijayant Panda and Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and others.

(Edited Ramakanta Biswas)

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