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Winter session of the Odisha Assembly is scheduled to begin from November 16

Bhubaneswar:14/11/18: Winter session of the Odisha Assembly is likely to be stormy as Opposition has prepared a long list of issues to corner the ruling-BJD in the House. As the poll dates are getting closer, the ruling party and Opposition are already on the war path and the same is expected to reflect in the winter session which is scheduled to begin from November 16.

Farmers’ issues will be the main agenda which the Opposition is likely to rake up in the House. The government’s move to stop farmers to hold a rally in Bhubaneswar recently and delay in disbursal of crop insurance claims are some of the issues that will be raised by the opposition members.

Sources said, Opposition will train guns at the ruling-BJD over alleged corruption, unemployment, rampant percentage commission, delay in appointment of Lokayukta, deteriorating law and order situation, violence against women and hooliganism by Biju Yuha Vahini members among others.

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