Claim For Govt

Ahead of the upcoming twin elections for the Lok Sabha and State Asembly, Odisha’s two major parties- BJD and BJP, have started making tall claims.

Both the ruling BJD and the opposition BJP have started claiming that each of them will form the government in the state after May 23, 2019.
Congress is also not behind the claim. The party which has been kept out of power since 20 years, also hopes that the Congress will form government in the state.
While Congress has been harping on the farmers vote to ensure a victory as its president Rahul Gandhi announced farm loan waiver and bonus on paddy procurement, the BJP has been totally banking on the anti-incumbency factor.
"Huge anti-incumbency" against the Naveen Patnaik-led BJD Government in Odisha will ensure the ruling party's defeat in the twin polls, claimed BJP state in-charge Arun Singh here on Tuesday.
It also said the ruling party was opposing the four-phase election schedule for Odisha as it feared the BJP's growing popularity in the state
"The countdown of the Naveen Patnaik-led government's fall has already started. The ruling BJD has become unpopular and there is huge anti-incumbency against the state government. This will ensure the BJD's defeat," BJP's Odisha in-charge Arun Singh, who arrived here from Delhi, told reporters.
Mr.Singh’s statement comes a day after BJD president and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik exuded confidence that his party will perform "very well" in both the Lok Sabha and the State Assembly elections.

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