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BJD organised two-day-long training camp

:Bhubaneswar30/7/17: In a bid to strengthen further its party organisational base, a two-day-long training camp of the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) kickstarted here at the capital city on Saturday.

On the inaugural session, the aim and objective of training camp was apprised to the party workers by BJD vice-president and senior MLA Devi Prasad Mishra while ‘the journey of BJD of two decades’ was narrated by another senior MLA Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak.

Rajya Sabha member and BJD vice-president Prasanna Acharya delivered on ‘national political scenario and the role of BJD’ as well as ‘Centre’s negligence’.

On day one of the BJD party training camp, the session was addressed by senior party leaders Sashibhusan Behera, Ranendra Pratap Swain, Sanjay Das Burma, senior journalist Chandrabhanu Patnaik, Debasis Samantaray, Ashok Panda, Pratap Dev and Arun Sahoo. An interactive session and motivational talk were also held.

The day two of the training camp includes ‘strategy to be adopted in building organisation’, party’s rural and urban missions, media and social media relations, etc and to be eventually addressed by Odisha Chief Minister and BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik.

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