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Amit Shah to visit Sambalpur on Feb 15

Sambalpur: BJP president Amit Shah will cope with a gathering in Sambalpur on February 15 to strengthen the birthday celebration base in western Odisha. It will probably be Shah’s third talk over with to the state in a fortnight after he addressed birthday celebration workers in Cuttack and Puri districts on January 29 and February 3.
Disclosing about Shah’s approaching Sambalpur talk over with, state BJP president Basanta Panda stated round 60,000 grassroots workers from Sambalpur, Bargarh, Dhenkanal and Sundargarh would attend. “He will inspire birthday celebration workers and information them for a decisive victory in Odisha through dislodging the Naveen Patnaik government,” Panda stated.

In Sambalpur, birthday celebration’s nationwide secretary Suresh Pujari stated Shah’s Sambalpur talk over with is all about preparation for the ensuing election. “He will give the victory mantra to the employees here,” stated Pujari. He stated the birthday celebration leader’s talk over with will give impetus to Mission 120 Plus, a marketing campaign to win at least 120 of 147 meeting seats.

BJP’s performance was stupendous within the three-tier panchayat poll, particularly in western Odisha. Also, of the full selection of BJP MLAs in Odisha, eight are from western Odisha and the only MP of the birthday celebration within the state, Jual Oram, was elected from Sundargarh, also in western Odisha.

Shah’s talk over with will charge the employees here and spice up their morale. He stated Odisha had very little contribution in making Narendra Modi the Prime Minister in 2014. But Odisha, particularly western Odisha, will give a contribution immensely to make Modi top minister again. And Shah’s talk over with will charge the employees. It is the first time that Shah will come to Sambalpur as president of the birthday celebration, he added.

When asked in regards to the growth of Congress in western Odisha after the victory in Chhattisgarh, Pujari stated, “We don’t to find Congress visible within the space of Chhattisgarh that adjoins western Odisha,” he added.

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