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BJP Will Try To Materialize Utkal Gourab Madhu Babu’s Unfulfilled Utkal Pradesh Dream: Amit Shah

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29 January 2019

Bikash Sharma

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Cuttack: Paying floral tributes to Utkal Gourab Madhusudan Das at his birthplace Satyabhamapur under Salepur assembly constituency in this district today, BJP national president Amit Shah stated that his party will toil to materialize the unfulfilled wishes that had been long cherished by Mabhu Babu.

In his media reactions, Shah said, “By paying a visit to Utkal Gourab Madhu Babu’s paternal village today, I feel privileged and inspired. Utkal Pradesh will remember him for ages for his sacrifice and contributions even in the 19th century and that too under the foreign bondage.”

“Despite being a barrister, he stands tall among others in the country for his fight and struggle for the formation and development of Utkal Pradesh, for the glory of Odia language, for the development of education and welfare of the women.”

“BJP follows the footprints of Madhu Babu and is committed to his ideology and a developed Utkal Pradesh. We’ll try our level best to materialize Madhu Babu’s unfulfilled dream of Utkal Pradesh,” he averred.

Soon after landing at Bhubaneswar airport, the BJP national president flew to Satyabhamapur by helicopter and garlanded the statue of Utkal Gourab.

Later he left for his slated venue at Kulia to address a public rally in which the party workers of four coastal districts participated.

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Amit Shah, President, BJP