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BJP announced candidates for three Lok Sabha and 11 Assembly constituencies: in Odisha

Bhubaneswar:1/04/19: The Central Election Committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party today announced the names of candidates for three Lok Sabha and 11 Assembly constituencies in Odisha for 2019 polls.

According to reports, the BJP has fielded Bisweswar Tudu from Mayurbhanj Lok Sabha constituency, Abhimanyu Sethi from Bhadrak & Amiya Mallick from Jajpur.

Similarly, the BJP also declared the names of 11 MLA candidates which are mentioned below:22. Anandapur (SC) Alok Sethi; 28. Rairangpur Naba Charan Majhi , 34. Morada Krishna Ch Mohapatra; 40. Nilagiri Sukanata Nayak; 63. Athamaliik Bhagirathi Pradhan; 88. Banki Subhransu Sekhar Padhi; 89. Athagarh Brajendra Ray; 96. Patkura Bijaya Mohapatra, 100 Mahakalapada Bijay Pradhan, 107 Puri Jayanta Sarangi, 113 Bhubaneswar North (Uttar) Aparajita Mohanty.

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