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Political Reactions On Amit Shah’s Odisha Visit Tomorrow

28 January 2019

Debashish Maharana

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Bhubaneswar: Soon after Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s Odisha visit last week, BJP national president Amit Shah is visiting Odisha tomorrow following which the Odisha unit of the saffron party is in a buoyant mood.

Shah will also tour Odisha on February 3 in order to attend his party’s ‘Janjati Morcha’ national convention in Puri.

This was informed by BJP’s Odisha in-charge Arun Singh today at a press meet.

Addressing media, Singh informed, “Three meetings of the Prime Ministerji have already been held here in Odisha till date. Amit Bhai is visiting tomorrow.”

“He will be addressing the party workers tomorrow. After that, the national convention of ‘Janjati Morcha’ will be on February 3,” he further informed.

In his reactions, senior Congress MLA Prafulla Majhi said, “Such a mega convention will have no impact on Odisha. Especially in Odisha, BJP is never acceptable nor is there any chance.”

“What is the reason behind repeated visits? It hints at BJP’s hopelessness,” the senior Congress legislator remarked.

BJD spokesperson Sasmit Patra opined, “As the election is barely two months left, it is obvious that the Central leaders will visit. It has nothing new to note.”

He commented, “However, the previous visits have had no impact. Even these upcoming visits will also have no impact.”

“The people of Odisha have already understood who is playing with them and who is with them practically. While BJP has betrayed, Naveen Babu’s government is still maintaining development till date. Hence, the fitting reply will be given by the people of Odisha in the 2019 election,” he remarked.

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Arun Singh, BJP Odisha-In-Charge

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Prafulla Majhi, Senior Congress MLA, Odisha

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Sasmit Patra, Spokesperson, BJD