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Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee meet Rahul Gandhi


New Delhi:8/5/17; Senior leaders of Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) have visited the AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi at his residence here in presence of the state-in-charge BK Hariprasad.

The meeting was convened to hold discussions with them for revamping the party organisation, which has taken a beating in the recent panchayat elections.

Senior leaders Bhakta Das, Narsingha Mishra, Prasad Harichandan, Niranjan Patnaik, Srikant Jena, Jaydev Jena, Chiranjib Biswal, Naba Das and AICC secretary Subhankar Sarkar were also present during the meeting at Delhi durbar.

Former Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president Niranjan Patnaik before leaving for New Delhi said they were going to Delhi to hold talks on how to strengthen the party organisation

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