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Biju Janata Dal registered a thumping victory in elections to the Hindol Notified Area Council

Dhenkanal/Bargarh:5/4/18;Ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) registered a thumping victory in elections to the Hindol Notified Area Council (NAC) in Dhenkanal district and Attabira NAC in Bargarh district, the results of which were declared today.

The elections were conducted on Tuesday.

While the ruling party made a clean sweep in Attabira NAC by winning in all the 12 wards, it pocketed 13 wards of the 16 wards in Hindol NAC. However, the BJP won in one ward and the remaining two were pocketed by independent candidates.

As per reports from the Attabira NAC, Santoshini Mukwana won in Ward No. 1, Raghunath Barik in Ward No. 2, Deepanjali Borasagar in Ward No. 3, Tribikram Dash in Ward No. 4, Jyptirmayee Gadatiya in Ward No. 5, Banamali Bariha in Ward No. 6, Jyotirmayee Dash in Ward No. 7, Manoj Kumar Pradhan in Ward No. 8, Arati Nayak in Ward No. 9, Sureswari Pandey in Ward No. 10, Prakash Pradhan in Ward No. 11 and Gunia Sahu in Ward No. 12 respectively.

In Hindol NAC, as many as 13 candidates of BJD- Rita Pallai in Ward No. 1, Pradeep Kumar Behera in Ward No. 2,  Tapan Kumar Parida in Ward No. 4, Rina Behera in Ward No. 5, Subah Chandra Behera in Ward No. 6, Pallau Dehuri in Ward No. 7, Rashmita Sahu in Ward No. 8, Labanga Dei in Ward No. 9,  Pradyumna Kumar Behera in Ward No. 11, Tima Behera in Ward No. 12, Basumati Sahu in Ward No. 13, Bijay Dash in Ward No. 14 and Ramesh Chandra Sahu in Ward No. 15, registered victory. On the other hand, Independent candidates Inayat Ullah Khan and Shyamghana Bhutia won in Ward No. 3 and Ward No. 10 respectively and Bijay Sahu of BJP tasted victory in Ward No. 16.

 

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