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BJP to launch Jana Jagaran Yatra on missing keys of Shri Jagannath Temple’s Ratna Bhandar

Bhubaneswar:10/6/18: The BJP on Sunday flayed the appointment of the judicial commission by the Odisha government to probe into the missing keys of Shri Jagannath Temple’s Ratna Bhandar and alleged that it was an act to divert the attention of the public from the issue.

Speaking at a press meet at the party headquarters here, BJP state vice-president Samir Mohanty said that the party will launch a statewide massive agitation called ‘Jana Jagaran Yatra’ on the issue on Monday.

As part of the agitation, party activists would demonstrate in all sub-divisions on Monday and lodge complaints against the temple administration at all police stations on June 12.

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