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BJP, Cong visible only at time of polls, not when natural disasters hit state: CM

Berhampur: Chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday launched a scathing attack at the BJP and the Congress, saying they are handiest visual on the time of elections.
“They weren't seen on the time of herbal disasters like Phailin, Hudhud and Titli nor on the time of drought. But they arrive to you on the time of election to hunt votes,” the BJP president mentioned while kicking off his election marketing campaign in his home turf of Ganjam district. Without naming the events or the leaders, Naveen added, “The leaders of these events handiest shed crocodile tears.” He used to be addressing an election rally at Kanishi, under Gopalpur meeting constituency, near right here.

Naveen reminded the gang that he has been with them on the time of herbal disasters and would continue to take action. Referring to central overlook, Naveen raised issues such because the proposed railway wagon manufacturing unit at Sitalapalli, non-cooperation on the time of herbal disasters like cyclone, flood and drought, non-release of per month scholarship for SC/ST scholars for the closing two years, non-payment of crop insurance coverage to farmers and lack of jobs.

“At the time of the elections, the leaders of a selected party come to you and give large assurances while requesting votes. On different hand, now we have carried out several schemes (from delivery to demise) for all sections of the folks,” Naveen mentioned in his speech.

He additionally blamed the BJP (without naming it) for blocking the release of funds for Kalia. “Around 40 lakh farmers have got benefits under the scheme. Another 20 lakh would have got benefits nevertheless it used to be blocked through a selected party,” Naveen mentioned, while urging the farmers to punish the party which blocked their benefits.

Earlier, Naveen took part in a highway display on a distinct designed bus which moved within the cities of Berhampur, Chhatrapur and Ganjam. All three fall under Berhampur Lok Sabha constituency and will move to polls on April 11.

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