Naveen Patnaik pushed Odisha back 50 years during BJD's 25-year rule: Shah

Urging voters in Odisha to give the BJP a chance to form the government, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday alleged that Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had taken the state 50 years behind during the 25-year rule of the Biju Janata Dal (BJD). Have pushed.

Addressing an election rally at Soroda under Aska Lok Sabha constituency in Ganjam, Shah also claimed that the state was being run by “outsiders” instead of elected representatives.

Attacking the state government, he said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has increased the prestige of Odisha across the world…However, during the 25 years of BJD rule, Naveen Babu has pushed the state back by 50 years.”

The Home Minister also said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will implement the 'One Nation One Ration Card' scheme in Odisha if it comes to power in the state. Shah said, “Within six days of the formation of the government in Odisha, we will make public the judicial commission report on the missing keys of the Ratna Bhandar of Puri Jagannath Temple.”

Praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shah said that he ended terrorism and Naxalism in India. “You have given 25 years to Naveen Babu, just give five years to Modi and see the change,” the senior BJP leader said at the rally.

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