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Demon King ‘Kansa’ apologizes for performing

Bargarh: (ONTBureaue)29/12 Artiste Hrusikesh Bhoi, who has been playing the role of demon king ‘Kansa’ at the Bargarh Dhanu Yatra for ninth time consecutively, today beg apology for playing the role of ‘Kansa’ at Dharmasala Loka Mahotsav held recently.
In his apology, Bhoi said, “I made a mistake and will not repeat such mistake in future. I will mention the same in the show cause notice.”
Notably, the Bargarh Dhanu Yatra Committee on Wednesday served a show cause notice to the demon king ‘Kansa’ for playing the role of ‘Kansa’ at Dharmasala Loka Mahotsav on Tuesday evening. The committee asked Bhoi to give his reply within two days.
The Additional Collector cited that Bhoi has violated the tradition of the Dhanu Yatra by doing this as he has already been invited to play the role of Kansa in the Dhanu Yatra, scheduled to begin on January 2.

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