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Naveen To Sit On Demo

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is all set to join the demonstration being held by the Governing BJD at New Delhi on 8 January.


The Regional Party has been holding the demo at 
Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on Tuesday.

“Our Party President and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik will join the BJD leaders at the demonstration,” BJD MP and party’s Farmers’ Wing President Prasanna Acharya said.

The regional Political Outfit has been demanding a hike in the paddy MSP to Rs 2,930 per quintal and a resolution in this regard was passed in Odisha Legislative Assembly earlier which was also supported by both Congress and BJP. But the Centre is yet to respond, BJD MP Mr.Acharya said.
The protest will be attended by farmers, MP, MLAs and leaders of the party from all the 30 districts of the State, he informed.
Later, Mr.Acharya said a delegation of BJD led by Naveen Patnaik will meet President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhawan and submit a memorandum over the party’s demands.
Sources said, all the MLAs, MPs, leaders, farmers and youth wings of the party have already eached the national capital.
Meanwhile, the OPCC President Niranjan Patnaik dubbed the BJD’s rally as a “farce” and said the exercise as an election gimmick.
“The BJD before the 2014 elections had held a rally in Delhi demanding special category status for Odisdha. Now ahead of the 2019 polls, the regional party has been making similar exercise to mislead the people of Odisha,” Nairanjan said.
On the other hand, Odisha BJP Spokesperson Golak Mohapatra said, “BJD had failed to provide basic facilities like irrigation, power supply, storage facilities to the farmers in the State. If BJD was really concerned for the farmers, it would have provided bonus to them to lessen their burden. The party has gone to Delhi for picnic and shedding crocodile tears on farmers’ issue.”
 
 


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