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BJD MP Tathagata Create storm on Social Media

Bhubaneswar: 27/3/17:BJD MP Tathagata Satpathy, has created waves of speculation in the political sphere of the state with a series of Tweets today.

The MP has spoken of an ensuing split in BJD and that Odisha might get into early elections like Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh and has hinted that the Election Commission may play along.The TWEET read as follows


BJP hard at work to divide @bjd_odisha in Parliament, maybe even in assembly. They want AIADMK type split.


They want to take away @bjd_odisha‘s party name & symbol. Rumors afloat that only one MP will swing this deal for them. Ha!
– TS
10:31 AM – 27 Mar 2017




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