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Odisha Polls-2019: Congress Releases Party Manifesto In Odia, Dubs ‘Best & Visionary Document To Take Nation Forward’

04 April 2019

Snigdha Chandan Das

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Bhubaneswar: Soon after the very recent release of party manifesto by Congress at New Delhi, the Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) today unveiled it in Odia here and dubbed it to be the best ever and visionary document which will take the nation forward.

Addressing the media, Congress national spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi said, “I’m totally assured this is perhaps the best manifesto that the country has got. I think it is a manifesto in the right direction addressing the right people and actually working towards a right direction in order to have the nation progress and proceed. It is a visionary document which will take the nation forward.”

She further stated, “As the manifesto is considered as a promissory note, Rahul Gandhiji was crystal clear during the consultation sessions that we have to sincerely keep in view the five major issues and move forward. The manifesto will be framed after gathering public opinions.”

“Hence, we have prepared our party manifesto after organizing 121 public meetings and consultations made with over 53 policy advisers and experts. Now Congress party through its manifesto would be able to lead the country in the right manner,” she claimed.

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Priyanka Chaturvedi, Spokesperson, Congress