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Congress Announces Eight Lok Sabha, 49 Assembly Candidates For Odisha

Bhubaneswar:2/4/24: Hours after the BJP announced its first list of 112 Assembly candidates on Tuesday, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) released its first list of candidates for eight Lok Sabha and 49 Assembly seats in Odisha.

As per the notification released by AICC, several candidates have been announced for the upcoming assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Odisha. Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) President Sarat Pattnayak will contest from the Nuapada assembly seat, Bijay Pattnaik from Paralakhemundi, and Tara Prasad Bahinipati for Jeypore.

Congress candidates who have been fielded for the Lok Sabha elections include Sanjay Bhoi from Bargarh, Janardan Dehury from Sundergarh, Draupadi Majhi from Kalahandi, Bhujabal Majhi from Nabarangpur, Amir Chand Nayak from Kandhamal, Rashmi Ranjan Nayak from Berhampur, and Saptagiri Ulaka from Koraput. Film star Manoj Mishra, who recently joined the party, has also secured a ticket to contest from Bolangir LS seat

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Check the list of 8 Congress candidates for Lok Sabha seats in Odisha:

  1. Bargarh – Sanjay Bhoi
  2. Sundargarh – Janardan Dehury
  3. Bolangir- Manoj Mishra
  4. Kalahandi – Draupadi Majhi
  5. Nabarangpur – Bhujabal Majhi
  6. Kandhamal- Amir Chand Nayak
  7. Berhampur- Rashmi Ranjan Patnaik
  8. Koraput- Saptagiri Ulaka

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