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Shah Attacks BJD Govt

After winning the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Manipur, the BJP was in upbeat mood and aspire to capture power in Odisha too after the 2019 elections.

 
This was stated by BJP President Amit Shah while addressing the party’s national executive meeting here this evening.
 
Citing an instance, Mr.Shah said that the BJP has demolished a myth that regional parties are invincible by winning in Uttar Pradesh defeating Samajwadi Party.

Therefore, the party will repeat the performance in Odisha too.

Launching a frontal attack on the regional BJD Government and its President Naveen Patnaik, BJP National President Mr.Shah said: "Mis-governance of Naveen Patnaik Government has added to the miseries of the people in the state," Union Minister Communications Ravi Shankar Prasad said quoting Mr.Shah while briefing reporters after inauguration of the two-day National Executive meet.

He said that the people of Odisha were deprived of basic amenities like drinking water, power and sanitation.

Mr.Shah, in his speech, said that 14 per cent people in Odisha were denied safe drinking water, 22 per cent did not have toilet and 41 per cent lacked quality electricity.

This apart, 46 per cent of the state's population were below poverty line (BPL), Shah said.

"The Centre has given adequate funds to the state through different means and the 14th Finance Commission has allocated good amount of money. If the state government does not make proper utilisation of the funds, it is state's failure," Shah said.

The people of UP rejected family politics, caste politics and a 'non-performing' government, he said referring to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik who has been carrying forward his father Biju Patnaik's legacy.

BJP was earlier weak in Odisha, but the situation has changed and now the party is at number two, pushing Congress to third position in local body elections, Shah said.

"We were also weak in north eastern states like Assam and Manipur. But, BJP formed governments in these two states.

We will also win Odisha," Mr.Shah said at the meeting.

Mr.Prasad said BJP President thanked the people of Odisha for backing BJP in a big way in recent Panchayat polls and according an "unprecedented" welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his arrival here.


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