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BJD appointed 18 senior women leaders as district in-charge of the State Women Committee.

Bhubaneswar: 13/7/20: The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) supremo & Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday appointed 18 senior women leaders as district in-charge of the State Women Committee.

The newly-appointed district in-charges will look into the party’s organisational work in their respective districts.

A press note from the conch party said: “As approved and directed by Biju Janata Dal President, Naveen Patnaik, the BJD has appointed 18 senior women leaders of the party as the district in-charge of the state women committee to monitor organizational work in the districts,” said a release issued by the conch party.

Here is the list of 18 senior women leaders given new task:-

Lopamudra Buxipatra: Keonjhar
Geeta Bastia: Gajapati / Ganjam
Kasturi Mahapatra: Puri/Khurda/Bhubaneswar
Urmilata Das: Bhadrak/Mayurbhanj
Prabhasini Sarangi: Cuttack
Jyoti Panigrahi: Jharsuguda/Sundergarh
Snigdha Panigrahi: Rayagada/Nawrangpur
Nibedita Mohanty: Koraput/Malkangiri
Kunjalata Samal: Nayagarh
Puspanjali Rana: Anugul/Deogarh/Dhenkanal
Meenati Debta: Sambalpur/Bargarh
Bharati Singh: Balasore
Sarojini Raj: Bolangir/Sonepur
Sanghamitra Dalei: Kandhamal/Boudh
Rezawana Begum: Jajpur
Meeta Rout: Kendrapada
Snehanjali Mohanty: Jagatsinghpur
Sanjukta Mohanty: Kalahandi/Nuapada

This order comes into force with immediate effect, the press released further stated.

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