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Odisha BJP set a blueprint for the  2024 General election

Bhubaneswar:20/5/23: Odisha Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday set a blueprint for the  2024 election, in its State Executive Meet here in Bhubaneswar.

In the meeting chaired at the State BJP office, the state office bearers in association with the State Pravaris( In-charges) have resolved micro-plans to beat BJD out of power.

Ahead of the 2024 Assembly and Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has prepared its strategy to make Odisha, a ‘BJD-free’ state, said senior BJP leader Lekhashree Samantsinghar.

Speaking to media persons, Lekhashree slammed the BJD government over the chit fund scam, Kotia border dispute, corruption and deteriorating law and order situation across the state. Citing, BJD’s  Governance as a ‘misrule’  she said that the Party will have a thumping victory in the coming election, which will serve people with better governance.

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In order to achieve the goal, the BJP will touch the hearts of 1 crore families in Odisha and make them aware of various centrally-sponsored welfare schemes and the failure of the BJD government. It’s why, the party has prepared a detailed blueprint to strengthen the party at grassroots levels and planned a plethora of political activities in each Assembly and Lok Sabha segment, Samantsinghar added.

Among other party activists, the organizational meeting was attended by state President Manmohan Samal, Union Ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Bishweswar Tudu, state in-charges Sunil Bansal and D. Purandeswari, MPs, MLAs, and other senior leaders

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While addressing the party officials and workers, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said, “Proud to be a part of the ‘Vichar Parivar’ that is always in the pursuit of ‘Seva, Vikas & Vishwas.’ Guided by the mantra of ‘nation-first’, we are steadfast in our resolve to win hearts, leave no one behind and ‘MODIfy’ Odisha,”

“Based on the principle of PM Narendra Modi, we have to work harder for the interest and dignity of people in Odisha which will strengthen our foundation in the rural bases”, Pradhan added

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