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Naba Kishore Das, a two-time legislator, has sent his resignation letter to Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who is scheduled to visit Odisha on January 25.
He said the BJD president and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is scheduled to visit Jharsuguda to inaugurate a cancer hospital on January 24.
While participating in an interactive programme of India Today's Mind Rocks, 2019, Patnaik indicated that the same agrarian distress will play a key role in the upcoming elections in the country.
The exodus from BJP to BJD has come days after prime minister Narendra Modi visited Baripada on January 5.
While the approach of Modi had left the State party perplexed, it had sought refuge in his stinging attack on the Government on issues of corruption, health, education, agriculture and farmers’ welfar
The CM said Mission Shakti - launched in 2001 - has taken the form of a ‘silent movement’ in the State during the last 18 years.
From BJD's Bijepur by-poll win to Baijayant Panda's resignation: 10 important political happenings in Odisha in 2018
If 2017 was all about BJP’s surge in the State following its performance in panchayat elections, 2018 has belonged wholly to the BJD.
2018 will be remembered for sheer number of schemes launched by BJD Govt. Bijay Chaki looks at the major initiatives announced in the year
The state unit of BJP alleged that the ruling government is not giving land clearance to the contract firm to start work from Dandiapali side of Brahmani river.
Odisha Congress marks BJD's 21'st foundation day as a black day for the state.
With Pm Modi attacking the state government on Monday, the intense fight for the CM's seat next year began.
Along with highlighting the failures of the BJD government, the campaign also aims to expose the lies which the BJD has been propagating through advertisements.
The party alleged secret ties between the BJP and BJD referring that PM Modi didn't make any direct mention of BJD or CM Naveen Patnaik while attacking the government during his speech on Monday.
MLAs have been asked to go to people with achievements of BJD government.
The ruling BJD earlier sought the support of various opposition parties at the Centre and Union Ministers for 33 per cent reservation for women in state Assemblies and Parliament.