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Hear Naveen Patnaik Speaking In Sambalpuri

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12 April 2019


Bhubaneswar: Biju Janata Dal (BJD) supremo-cum-Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has for the first time released a message in Sambalpuri language appealing voters of the State to send 21 BJD MPs from Odisha to the Centre.

Patnaik asserted that no national party will gain majority in Centre this elections and people of Odisha should not let go off the opportunity and make BJD victorious in the 21 Lok Sabha constituencies to fight for the State's right.

He urged the people to remember to cast their votes twice against 'Sankha' (Conch), the election symbol of the BJD, with one vote for MP candidate and another for MLA.

The video also highlights how Indian Railways is earning Rs 20,000 crores from Odisha and only spending Rs 1000 crore on the State. It has not even established a new railway line from the place where it has earned the highest.

It gives the message that people of the State should grab this golden opportunity and send 21 BJD MPs from 21 parliamentary constituencies of Odisha to fulfill all demands of the State.