Launching a scathing attack on the BJD govt in Odisha, BJP National Vice President Baijayant Panda on Saturday said media houses in the state are becoming victims of the targeted wrath of the State government.
A threat call was reportedly received by an assistant of the BJP National VP in which the caller threatened that 'the same thing will be done to Jay Panda which was done to Naba Das'
The Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) on Saturday released the list of its central office bearers. Baijayant Panda has been re-appointed as the National Vice President of the party for the third time. BJP National President JP Nadda released the list of the central office bearers of the party.
On the occasion, his son and BJP National Vice President Baijayant Panda remembered him and offered floral tribute to the departed soul.
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Coming down heavily on the BJD government, Panda said, “Bad governance is prevalent in the State for the past 23 years. Odisha has witnessed a 1000 times rise in the crime rate in the last one decade. Be it Mamita Meher, Naba Das or minor boy Samarth Agarwal kidnapping and murder case, the State is witnessing such crimes frequently.”
As per Panda, there are some people who have been trying to give Atiq a clean chit just because he was shot dead while in police custody.
According to Panda, the way it is being said as 'Hindu or Muslim area and the issue of process' is totally wrong as in India everybody has a right to go to every place and it is not in our constitution and those who are saying so are wrong.
Taking to Twitter, Panda shared a video in which the three women were allegedly forced to reach TMC office by performing 'Dandavat Parikrama' in full public view (circumambulate in a prostrate position) as punishment and then rejoining the ruling party in Balurghat in North Dinajpur district.
Panda's remark comes close on the heels of the German Foreign Ministry spokesperson comments on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's conviction and subsequent disqualification from Parliament.
BJP National Vice-President Baijayant Panda also remembered the eminent leader on his birth anniversary.
Panda, who joined the party’s protest in front of Raj Bhavan over the deteriorating law and order situation in Odisha, asked ‘who is actually running the government in Odisha’ and demanded resignation of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik as ‘it has now become clear that the CM is not running the government’.
BJP National Vice President Baijayant Panda has slammed Odisha government alleging deterioration of law and order situation in the State. Panda questioned CM Naveen Patnaik’s role in running the government in the State.
The BJP National Vice-President is currently on a two-day visit to Koraput to take stock of the ongoing organisational work by the party.
The BJP leader also discussed several issues with leaders and karyakartas of Phampuni mandal and Jeypore mandal and criticised the schemes of the state government.
While addressing a public meeting at Banapur, BJP National Vice-President Baijayant ‘Jay’ Panda said, “Time has come for a change in Odisha. India’s image has changed under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. If the scenario has to change in Odisha, it will happen the day people decide.”
The BJP VP clarified that there was no political motive behind his visit.
Meanwhile, issues like farmers’ problems, district status to Padampur and acute migration problems are taking centre stage in the campaign.
According to Panda, BJP has undertaken a lot of activities and campaigns across the country under the leadership of JP Nadda. Due to the efforts of karyakartas, BJP is now the No.2 party in Odisha.
BJP’s National Vice-President Baijayant Panda visited flood-affected villages in Kendrapara district. He met flood victims in Marshaghai and Derabis areas and discussed their problems. Later, he visited neighbouring villages like Jalapoka, Sisua, Sathilo, Purushottampur, Ayatpur, Balisingh, Diha Balarampur, Talagan and Karandiapatna.