President of NSUI’s Odisha unit Yasir Nawaj alleged that police entered the Congress Bhawan and beat up the party activists mercilessly as a result of which, several of them were injured.
Marred by continuous disruption over the Mamita Meher murder case, the winter session of the Assembly was adjourned 20 days ahead of schedule on Friday.
BJD, opposition fight poster war over Mamita murder case amid a free for all in the House
Session may be adjourned after the Appropriation Bill is passed on Dec 10
Leader of Congress Legislature Party (CLP) Narasingha Mishra also described the statement as shocking.
Proceedings in the Assembly were disrupted for the third consecutive day on Friday.
Mamita Meher murder case: Opposition stall House proceedings demanding the ouster of Minister of State for Home Dibya Shankar Mishra
In the pandemonium, the BJP moved an adjournment notice for discussion on the deteriorating law and order situation.
BJD MLAs took out a padayatra from the Assembly to the Raj Bhavan and staged a protest alleging that the Centre has deprived Odisha’s poor people of getting the houses.
In absence of Leader of the Opposition Pradipta Naik who is indisposed, the BJP had sought three of its MLAs to be present in the all party meeting.
Coming down heavily on the Chief Minister for his silence on the Kalahandi lady teacher murder case, Singh said BJP’s fight will continue till justice is delivered to the Mamita Meher's family.
The BJP slammed DIG Deepak Kumar for denying that Mamita met Gobinda and Dibya Shankar Mishra in Raipur
Mohapatra said the Chief Minister is not above suspicion because of the photograph which was clicked at Naveen Niwas.
Addressing a media conference, Patra said that Bhakta’s son Kranti Das, is a founder trustee of the trust running the Mahaling college.
Congress activists held demonstrations at several parts of the State including Bhubaneswar and Cuttack between 6.00 am and 12.00 pm.
Mamita Meher murder case: Odisha Cong organises six hour hartal seeking removal of minister Dibya Shankar Mishra
Calling the hartal 'a success', OPCC working president Chiranjib Biswal thanked the people for their cooperation.