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Dal- chawal diplomacy of BJP leaders

Bolangir:6/4/18:BJP’s the grass roots connect exercise, BJP national president Amit Shah had his lunch in the house of a common man in Deogaon village in Odisha’s Bolangir district.

Shah, who is on a two-day visit to the state to mobilize the party cadres ahead of the 2019 general election, dined today at the house of Maheswar Suna. Shah would later today address the party convention in Bolangir.

Shaji relished the traditional Odia food in Suna’s house. He interacted with him and family members and enquired about the problems being faced by the villagers”, said senior BJP leader and union minister Jual Oram.

There is nothing new in the Dal- chawal diplomacy of BJP leaders. Shah had resorted to this strategy in other places. Amit Shah had dined at house of a Dalit Sarpanch in Arei village in Jajpur district on July 5 last. Union Human Resources Development minister Prakash Javadekar had also done the same in having lunch in house of a common man in Buddhanagar slum colony settlement in Bhubaneswar assembly constituency on October 22 last year.

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