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Bharatiya Janata Party announced the candidates’ list for 99 Assembly constituencies in Odisha

New Delhi:22/3/19 Ahead of the ensuing 2019 polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday announced the candidates’ list for 99 Assembly constituencies in Odisha.

The saffron party had announced the candidates’ list for ten parliamentary constituencies of Odisha, hours before naming the candidates for 100 Assembly seats of Odisha.

However, within a few minutes after sharing the list of 100 MLA candidates, the BJP revised the list by omitting the name of Aska constituency.

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Here is the list of BJP candidates for 99 Assembly seats in Odisha:

  • 1-Padampur -Pradeep Purohit
  • 3- Bargarh -Aswini Sarangi
  • 4 – Attabira (SC) -Milan Seth
  • 6 – Brijrajnagar -Smt. Radha Rani Panda
  • 8-Talsara (ST)- Bhabani Bhoi
  • 9 – Sundargarh -Smt. Kusum Tete
  • 10-Biramitrapur (ST) -Shankar Oram
  • 11-Raghunathpali (SC) -Jagabandhu Behera
  • 12-Rourkela -Nihar Ray
  • 13-Rajgangpur (ST) -Narsing Minj
  • 14-Bonai (ST) -Anil Barla
  • 15-Kuchinda (ST) -Rabi Narayan Nayak
  • 16-Rengali (SC) -Nauri Nayak
  • 17-Sambalpur -Jayanarayan Mishra
  • 20-Telkoi (ST) -Dhanujaya Sidhu
  • 21-Ghasipura -Prithivraj kanhar 2
  • 22-Anandapur (SC) -Bhagirati Sethi
  • 23-Patna (ST) -Bhabani Shankar Nayak
  • 24-Keonjhar (ST) -Mohan Majhi
  • 26-Jashipur (ST) -Ganeshram Khuntia
  • 27-Saraskana (ST) -Dr. Budhan Murmu
  • 29-Bangriposi (ST) -Sukuda Murmu
  • 30-Karanjia (ST) -Padmacharan Haibru
  • 31-Udala (ST) -Bhaskar Madhei
  • 32-Badasahi (SC) -Sanatan Bijuli
  • 33-Baripada (ST) -Prakash Soren
  • 35-Jaleswar -Jaya Narayan Mohanty
  • 38-Balasore -Madanmohan Dutta
  • 39-Remuna (SC) -Gobind Chandra Das
  • 41-Soro (SC) -Rakesh Mallick
  • 42-Simulia -Padmalochan Panda
  • 45-Basudevpur -Madabananda Mallick
  • 46-Dhamnagar (SC) -Bishnu Sethy
  • 47-Chandbali -Manmohan Samal
  • 48-Binjharpur (SC) -Smt. Babita Mallick
  • 49-Bari -Biswa Ranjan Mallick
  • 50-Barachana -Amar Nayak
  • 51-Dharmasala -Tusar Parida
  • 52-Jajpur-Goutam Ray
  • 53-Korei -Biswajit Nayak
  • 54-Sukinda -Pradeep Balasamata
  • 55-Dhenkanal -Krushna Chandra Patra
  • 56- Hindol (SC) -Ashok Nayak
  • 57-Kamakhyanagar -Satrughana Jena
  • 58 – Parjanga -Bibhuti Pradhan
  • 59 – Pallahara -Ashok Mohanty
  • 60 – Talcher -Kalandi Samal 3
  • 61 – Angul -Pratap Pradhan
  • 62-Chhendipada (SC)-Agasti Behera
  • 66-Loisingha (SC)- Mukesh Mahaling
  • 67-Patnagarh -Kanak Verdhan Singh Deo
  • 69-Titlagarh -Ashok Dora
  • 70-Kantabanji -Laxman Bag
  • 72-Khariar -Rita Rani Bagarti
  • 73-Umerkote (ST) -Nityananda Gond
  • 75-Nabarangpur (ST) -Gouri Majhi
  • 77-Lanjigarh (ST) -Ramesh Majhi
  • 78-Junagarh -Manoj Meher
  • 79-Dharmgarh Ananta Pratap Deo
  • 81-Narla -Anirudh Pradhan
  • 82-Baliguda (ST) -Karendra Majhi
  • 83-G. Udayagiri (ST) -Smt. Archana Pradhan
  • 85-Kantamal -Kanhei Danga
  • 86-Boudh -Susanta Pradhan
  • 87-Badamba -Bijay kumar Dalbehra
  • 90-Barabati Cuttack -Samir Dey
  • 91-Choudwar Cuttack -Nayan Kishore Mohanty
  • 93-Cuttack Sadar (SC) -Dillip Mallick
  • 94-Salepur -Prakash Behera
  • 95-Mahanga -Sarada Pradhan

98  Aul -Dola Gobind Nayak

  • 99-Rajanagar -Aleka Jena

About Ashok Palit

Ashok Palit has completed his graduation from Upendranath College Soro, Balasore and post graduation from Utkal University in Odia Language and literture.. He has also carved out a niche for himself as a scribe of eminence after joining the profession in 1988. He is also an independent media production professional. He brings loads of experience to Advanced Media, Ashok Palit as a cineaste has been active in film criticism for over three decades. As a film society activist, he soared to eminence for his profound commitment to the art film appreciation and aesthetics of cinema. His mode of discourse is often erudite but always lucid and comprehensible marked by a perfect acumen so rare in the field. A film aesthete with an immense fond of critical sensibilities, he wrote about growth and development of odia cinema in New Indian Express, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, The Asian Age and Screen. He has been working as an Editor for Cine Samaya from 2002-2004.. He had made solid contribution on cinema in many odia Dailies and weekly such as Samaj, Prajatantra, Dharatri, Samaya, Satabadi, and weekly Samaya.

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