BJP unveils ‘chargesheet’ against BJD’s 25-year rule in Odisha

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Bhubaneswar, (Reporterspen), April 24: At a gathering in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday, the BJP presented a detailed ‘chargesheet’ against the Biju Janata Dal (BJD), accusing the ruling party of misleading and mistreating the people of Odisha during its 25-year tenure in the state. The chargesheet spotlighted various issues such as labor migration, inadequate welfare measures, and limited employment opportunities in Odisha.

Accompanied by the tagline ‘Kete Dina Au Sahiba, Parivartan Aniba’ (How long do we tolerate it, it’s time to bring change), the chargesheet raised numerous concerns regarding the purported mismanagement by the BJD.

Speaking at the event, Union Minister Bhupender Yadav asserted that the BJP is actively contesting both Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in Odisha with the aim of establishing efficient governance at both the central and state levels. Yadav emphasized the plight of the people of Odisha under the BJD’s governance and pledged to alleviate their sufferings.

Yadav highlighted the dwindling popularity of the BJD over the years, attributing it to the party’s alleged negligence in crucial areas of development and public welfare. He criticized the Odisha government for failing to fulfill its promises, such as providing irrigation facilities and warehouses for farmers.

Focusing on the issue of migratory laborers, Yadav expressed concern over the increasing exodus of landless laborers from Odisha to other states, citing that over 40,000 laborers had migrated from the state in the past year alone.

The event saw the presence of several senior BJD leaders, including state unity party president Manmohan Samal and party national vice-president Baijayant Panda.

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