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BJP’s talks with BJD in Odisha did not work out, now it will contest Lok Sabha and Assembly elections alone – India TV Hindi

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Bhubaneswar: Lok Sabha and assembly elections have been announced in four states of the country. All political parties have started preparations for these elections. Meanwhile, a few days ago news came that there is going to be an alliance between Bharatiya Janata Party and Biju Janata Dal in Odisha. However, talks on alliance between the two parties have not been finalized. In this sequence, BJP state president Manmohan Samal has announced to contest the elections alone in the state on Friday. She said that she will contest alone on all 21 Lok Sabha seats and all 147 Assembly seats.

We will contest Lok Sabha and Assembly elections alone – BJP

Manmohan Samal posted on Will contest the elections alone on all 147 seats and assembly seats.” Earlier, Samal also said, “For the last 10 years, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) of Odisha under the leadership of Naveen Patnaik has been supporting the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government at the Center on many issues of national importance, for this we are thankful to him. Express.

He said that it has been experienced that wherever there has been a double engine government across the country, there has been a pace of development and poor welfare work and the state has progressed in every field. But, today many welfare schemes of Modi government are not reaching the ground in Odisha, due to which the poor sisters and brothers of Odisha are not getting their benefits. We have concerns on many issues related to Odisha-identity, Odisha-pride and interest of the people of Odisha.”

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