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Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], September 2 (ANI): Odisha Chief Minister and Biju Janata Dal (BJD) President Naveen Patnaik launched the celebration’s month-long “Jana Sampark Padyatra” on the event of ‘Gandhi Jayanti’ on Sunday from Bhubaneswar.
Addressing the celebration staff Patnaik stated, “On the event of Gandhi Jayanti, the Biju Janata Dal is beginning annual ‘Jana Sampark Padyatra’ from Bhubaneswar, it can transfer throughout the state, we search all cooperation to make it profitable.”
BJD Rajya Sabha MP Amar Patnaik instructed ANI that in the course of the Padyatra, Biju Janata Dal staff and leaders would attain out to each family to apprise them concerning the improvement and welfare programmes of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik-led state authorities.
“The Padyatra might be organised throughout the state ranging from ward, panchayat, city and meeting phase, each chief and employee of the celebration will go to the folks and inform them concerning the improvement work throughout the sectors, that has been performed by the State Authorities, may even take suggestions from them to strengthen it additional,” stated Debi Mishra, Vice-President of BJD.
“Apart from that, social welfare applications like blood donation camps plantation drives and many others may even be organised throughout this month-long Padyatra,” Mishra added.
Throughout this month-long padayatra, BJD will have a good time ‘Gandhi Jayanti’ and ‘Shastri Jayanti’ on October 2, the start anniversary of Utkalmani Gopbandhu Sprint on October 9 and the start anniversary of Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan on October 11.
In the course of the month-long program, the celebration staff and leaders will attain each family to tell them concerning the improvement schemes and public welfare applications of the BJD authorities.
The celebration may even have social welfare applications, like blood donation camps, plantation drives and others in the course of the month-long march.
The Congress may even launch its “Bharat Jodo Yatra” in Odisha from October 31. (ANI)