Connect People For Manifesto

 With the State Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha elections round the corner, the Governing Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has decided to reach out to the people in Odisha to prepare its Election Manifesto. The Party aims to make it a 'peoples' manifesto'


Senior BJD leader Arun Sahu and Spokesperson Sasmit Patra said the party leaders and workers in a door-to-door campaign beginning on 5 March will visit 86 lakh families in the state and seek their opinion.

On the basis of their opinion, the party will prepare its Election Manifesto, said Mr.Sahoo.
The campaign, “Ghare Ghare Sankha, Matamat Diantu Apana, Palana Karanti Naveen” (Conch in every house, you give opinion, Naveen executes them), is being launched on Tuesday to mark the 103rd birth anniversary of the legendary leader Biju Patnaik.
Coming down heavily on the BJP, they said the saffron party has not been able to keep its promises it had made to the people in the last general election in 2014.
However, BJP Vice President Samir Mohanty said the manifesto campaign announced by the ruling party is nothing but a cut-paste of the BJP formula.

“BJP had taken out its Jan Sampark Padayatra two months ago in which it had covered all 147 Assembly and Lok Sabha constituencies in the state,” he said.
On the other hand, the Congress alleged that neither the BJD nor the Congress has been able to keep any of the promises they had made during 2014 polls.
“Both the parties have squarely failed in keeping their promises to address the issues of the farmers, youths, education, health and economic development of the state,” Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) President Niranjan Patnaik told the Media.
 


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