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Biju Janata Dal President Naveen Patnaik began his election campaign for the ensuing General and Assembly elections

Berhampur:24/4/24: Biju Janata Dal President and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik began his election campaign for the ensuing General and Assembly elections from his Assembly Constituency Hinjili today. He received a rousing welcome at Samarajhola in Hinjili where a sea of people gathered there to have a glimpse of the Chief Minister and to shower their love and affection. With this, he formally began the 2024 election campaign for the Biju Janata Dal.

In his speech at Samarajhola, Naveen said “I am very happy to start the campaigning for 2024 elections from Hinjili. From here, begins the victory march for the Biju Janata Dal. You have always been with me. You have always supported our work. You have given me the chance to serve Mother Odisha. I am indebted to you for your love and support.”

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He also said, “I have always said that the 4.5 crore people of Odisha are my family members. I have been working for the welfare of the 4.5 crore family members of the state and will continue to do till my last. The 5T High School Transformation work was started by Hinjili. Ama Hospital work was also started from Hinjili. The Temple transformation work was started from the Taratarini Pitha. With your support, all these works have received huge success. It has shown the way to the whole state. I am proud to have been elected as an MLA from Hinjili and serve the state.”

Odisha will complete 100 years as a separate state in 2036. In 2036, Odisha will be the number one state in the country. Development is our identity but unfortunately, opposition parties are politicising everything. They are opposing development. Be it the Srimandira Project or Ekamra or the Samalai Project, the opposition obstructed everything. But the whole world knows their real face. No one has ever succeeded in opposing development, Naveen said during his address.

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Naveen arrived at the meeting place in a special helicopter from Bhubaneswar. He addressed the public meeting at Samarajhola that was attended by thousands of people. 5T Chairman Kartik Pandian, Minister Bikram Keshari Arukha, Aska Lok Sabha member Pramila Bisoi, BJD Aska Lok Sabha Candidate for 2024 Ranjita Sahu and many other senior leaders were present. After that, he will visit Sheragada and attend a public meeting.

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