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Naveen campaigns for Damodar’s son in Paradip assembly segment


Kendrapada: Chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday campaigned for BJD candidate Sambit Routray in Paradip assembly segment however skipped the poll meeting at Goda village in Erasama-Balikuda assembly segment from where Damodar Rout, Sambit’s father, is contesting as a BJP candidate.
Large numbers of BJD supporters, together with the candidate, Raghunandan Das, have been looking ahead to Naveen at Goda. Former minister and sitting Paradip MLA Damodar Rout, who used to be expelled from BJD in November 2018 joined BJP on March 15, 2019.

Rout used to be suspended for claiming that the state govt used to be being run via a senior IAS officer and three MLAs.

Addressing two conferences at Rahama in Paradip assembly seat and in Jagatsinghpur the town, Naveen performed the ‘Biju’ card to woo voters and said “Biju Patnaik had an emotional relationship with the folk of Jagatsinghpur for which I want your blessings.”


“The state govt launched the Kalia scheme for farmers, landless labourers and sharecroppers. But the Election Commission of India stopped disbursal of price range to farmers beneath it following a criticism via BJP,” he said, whilst promising that the second installment of economic assistance of Rs 10,000 will be equipped to farmers at the first day of formation of the following govt if the birthday party is voted to power.


“Through all rural building programmes we want to toughen the quality of life in villages, where a major chunk of the state’s population resides. The state govt has undertaken many welfare works and is made up our minds to assist the poor and downtrodden. That’s the explanation in the back of starting Re 1 in line with kg rice scheme, but even so others,” added the chief minister.


Naveen additionally criticised the BJP central leaders and said they arrive to Odisha handiest during election time. The meeting used to be addressed via BJD MP candidate Rajashree Mallick, Jagatsinghpur MLA candidate Prasant Mudali and Paradip MLA candidate Sambit Routray.




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