Bhubaneswar: The BJP would raise the issues pertaining to law and order and deteriorating health services during the winter session of the State Assembly beginning tomorrow.
“Our party would raise the law and order situation in Odisha which is now in a shambles. Among other issues, deteriorating health services resulting in the mass death of children in Japanese Encephalitis in Malkangiri district and death of tribal children of Nagada village in Jajpur district due to malnourishment, Dana Majhi, farmers’ problems, crop insurance would also be raised in the floor of the House,” BJP MLA Pradip Purohit told media persons after a meeting of the BJP Legislature Party.
He also said that BJP will also raise the issue on wrong information provided by the state government in the State Assembly and demand tabling of white paper on Mahanadi in the House.
The ruling BJD, on the other hand, is ready to take on the challenge of the Opposition.
“We will be taking up important issues during the session including the bills that have to be passed and whatever subjects the Opposition has with it to discuss, will be discussed on the floor of the House,” chief minister and BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik told media persons after presiding over the party legislature meeting.
He further said, apart from this BJD will also raise the issue on Mahanadi, Polavaram and the difficulties faced by the people mostly in the unbanked rural areas due to the demonetisation.