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BJP Yuva Morcha Protests Odisha CM’s Cuttack City Visit


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30 December 2017

OMMCOM NEWS


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Cuttack: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's visit to the city here on Saturday was vehemently opposed by the BJP Yuva Morcha following which over 50 BJP youth activists were picked up by the police.

The BJP Yuva Morcha activists showed black flags and bangles near CDA and hurled eggs at the police vehicles near Jobra barrage.

Trying to justify their protest against the Chief Minister-cum-BJD supremo, the saffron party activists argued that BJD opposed the Triple Talaq Bill in the Lok Sabha passed by their BJP-led NDA Government in the Lok Sabha on Thursday.

Notably, senior BJD MP of Cuttack parliamentary constituency Bhartruhari Mahtab had opposed the bill when it was introduced in the Lok Sabha citing that it was a flawed one with contradictions which need to be redrafted for the actual benefit and legal security of the Muslim married women.

The Chief Minister is on his visit to the old capital city of Odisha to inaugurate several projects on the premises of SCB Medical College and Hospital and the satellite township of CDA within the millennium city.

As per the CM’s itinerary, the projects dedicated are 30-bedded Urban Community Health Centre at Sector 7 in CDA built at an estimated cost of Rs 5 crores.

Similarly, the CM inaugurated four projects in the SCB campus. The projects are an ultra modern auditorium with a capacity of 1500 seats and built at an estimated cost of Rs 9 crores.

Also a new B.Sc Nursing College, built at an estimated cost of Rs 16 crores, was dedicated besides a new 400-bedded nursing girl students’ hostel built at an estimated cost of Rs 15 crores.

The Odisha Chief Minister also launched WiFi facility for the sprawling SCB campus.

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Arun Sahoo, Spokesperson, Bjd

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BJP Yuva Morcha Activists, Cuttack