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Congress candidate Tarun Pandey has filed his nomination for Jharsuguda by-election

Jharsuguda:1 5/4/23: Congress candidate Tarun Pandey has filed his nomination for Jharsuguda by-election. He has filed his nomination before the Returning Officer of Jharsuguda.

Tarun came out in a procession in the presence of PCC president Sarat Patnaik, senior leader Bijay Patnaik and MLA Taraprasad Bahinipati among others. A large number of party workers and leaders were present at the time.

The PCC president said that the party will seek votes by raising issues of local people like pollution in Jharsuguda and deteriorating law and order. Tarun Pandey said, the Congress will get its benefits from the people as a reward for the development work done by his father late Birendra Pandey for the people by becoming a three-time MLA.

 

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