Though promoted to the number two position in the state politics through its good performance in the recently concluded panchayat polls, the BJP has been unable to conduct its role in the State Legislative Assembly.
The BJP members were left isolated and unable to open their lips on issues affecting people in the state.
The saffron party is really annoyed over no transaction of any business in the Odisha Legislative Assembly due to pandemonium by the Congress members. The BJP has decided to boycott the all party meeting being convened by the Speaker.
"We doubt a conspiracy has been hatched jointly by ruling BJD and opposition Congress to foil the session. Both the parties do not want discussion on issues affecting people," BJP legislature party leader KV Singh Deo said in a statement.
The BJP members, who were unable to speak their point of view due to pandemonium, also suspect an understanding between the two parties.
Mr.Singh Deo himself failed to speak twice on 28 February on some issue as pandemonium prevailed in the House over distress sale of vegetables.He also failed to speak today as the House was repeatedly adjourned due to ruckus.
While two days were lost due to disturbances created both by the ruling BJD members and Congress MLA over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's alleged anti-Odisha remark at a rally in Uttar Pradesh, as many days including today, had been spoiled due to uproar in House over a farmer suicide allegedly due to state government's inaction, pointed out a Saffron Lawmaker.
Mr.Singh Deo said the Congress leaders are rushing to the Well over flimsy matters and create disturbance in the House so that none can speak his mind in the floor of the Assembly.
"Speaker also adjourns the House without taking measure to resolve the matter," the BJP Leader said.
Noting that the BJP was trying to raise issues like outbreak of jaundice in Cuttack, poll violence during panchayat elections, farmers issues and others, Mr.Singh Deo said" "We have decided not to attend the all-party meeting being convened by the Speaker."
He said the happenings for last two days indicated that both the BJD and the Congress have hatched a conspiracy not to conduct any transaction in the State Assembly.