Putting an end to all speculation, Odisha BJP Chief Manmohan Samal told media persons that the party will not enter into any alliance in the State. He mentioned this after returning from the election management committee meeting in Delhi.
He joined the saffron party at the state BJP office today in the presence of Bhubaneswar MP Aparajita Sarangi, state election co-in-charge Lata Usendi and many other senior leaders.
Notably, the question papers of Mathematics and English examinations allegedly went viral on social media even before the students entered the exam hall on Saturday and Monday raising serious questions about the conduct of the examination.
The Gopalpur MLA also targeted the Odisha government for stopping the students’ union election in the state.
Speaking to reporters, Opposition Chief Whip and BJP MLA, Mohan Majhi said, “There are corruptions in Odisha and it was earlier said that the ED would intervene at an appropriate time. The ED never hesitates to take action against the corrupt politicians and officials.”
According to Ramesh, the only difference is P and D while B and J are common in BJP and BJD. “In one party, there is double ‘P’ and you know them who are running the government. One P is running the government in the name of another P.
At a presser in Bhubaneswar, state BJP spokesperson Manoj Mohapatra alleged that CM Naveen Patnaik has destroyed the sanctity of the Assembly by speaking lies for which he should seek an apology.
While the BJD has opted for the ‘Parivaar Sampark’ campaign, the BJP is gearing up to connect with 1 crore families and the Congress leaders will tour across Odisha in buses.
Similar programmes will be organised at 5000 places across the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak to a large number of young voters on National Voters Day.
BJD supremo and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, who did not visit Puri Srimandir despite being present for the Heritage Corridor project inauguration, on Tuesday visited Jagannath Temple for a darshan.
As per initial reports, stone was allegedly hurled at the vehicle of Tripathy at his residence in Jharsuguda. Tripathy has lodged a police complaint in connection with the incident. The entire act has been captured in the CCTV camera installed at the place.
BJP’s Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra reached the Melana ground under Sukala panchayat of Satyabadi constituency in Puri district on Wednesday.
BJP is demanding Rs 20 lakh compensation for each family of the deceased and job to the next of kin. Stern action should also be taken against those responsible for the situation in Rourkela, party leaders demanded.
“The party (BJD), which was founded on the principles of regionalism and Odia pride, is today running under the remote control of a non-Odia person. What kind of transformation is this?” questioned BJP spokesperson Anil Biswal in a Facebook post.
As per reports, the MLAs and MPs will meet party president JP Nadda and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the 2024 election blueprint for Odisha.