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BJP activists to gherao 314 Block offices in Odisha against BJD government

BJP State vice-president told news persons here that the party activists will hold demonstrations on October 27, 29 and 30 next in protest against the chit fund, mining and dal scam and several other.

Published: 25th October 2018 05:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th October 2018 05:01 PM   |  A+A-

BJP State vice-president Bhrigu Baxipatra

By UNI

BHUBANESWAR: BJP will gherao all the 314 blocks of Odisha for three days in protest against the alleged large-scale corruption, misappropriation of government funds and the P C system during the 19 years rule of BJD government in the state.

BJP State vice-president Bhrigu Baxipatra told newspersons here that the party activists will hold demonstrations on October 27, 29 and 30 next in protest against the chit fund, mining and dal scam, corruption in granting crop loan, misappropriation of agriculture input subsidy and non-payment of MSP to farmers during paddy procurement.

He alleged that BJD workers were awarded work under the Ama Gaon Ama Vikash scheme without inviting tender and ignoring the Gram Sabha, Palli Sabha, Sarpanch and Samiti members.

The block offices in the state are being used as BJD party office for the purpose.

The state's own food security scheme is being implemented in a partisan manner depriving the eligible beneficiaries.

The members of the Biju Yuva Vahini were being appointed on partisan manner to serve the party.

The BJP party workers, Mr Bauxipatra said would apprise the people about the involvement of BJD leaders in corruption during the three-day agitation.

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