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BJP's Media Hype Coming To An End Within Months: BJD

20 January 2019

Mohammed Ishtiyaque

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Bhubaneswar: The false publicity done by the BJP in mass media is coming to an end within two to three months, said BJD spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member Pratap Keshari Deb on Sunday.

The reaction of Deb came after BJP national general secretary Bhupendra Yadav, during a presser in Bhubaneswar, alleged that the people at the grassroots level in Odisha have not received the benefits of government schemes and declared his party will form a Government in the State.

Deb said, the argument placed by the BJP to achieve its mission of securing more than 120 seats in the Odisha Assembly is their personal rationalization. The strategy they have prepared for securing the target is the saffron party's internal matter.

However, the people of Odisha have not accepted the treachery of the BJP, who has been giving false promises of development through the Prime Minister, Deb added.

Earlier in the day, Yadav had stated that the State Government has failed in disseminating the central schemes to the poor people of Odisha. He further claimed that the BJP will form a government in the State and establish good government.

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Pratap Keshari Deb, Spokesperson, BJD

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Bhupendra Yadav, National General Secretary, BJP