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BJD will not support BJP in Rajya Sabha, Naveen Patnaik told MPs to play the role of strong opposition

Along with Lok Sabha, the proceedings of Rajya Sabha are also going to start from June 27. MPs from all parties are preparing to present their respective views in the House. Meanwhile, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) chief Naveen Patnaik held a meeting with nine Rajya Sabha MPs of his party.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
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BJD will not support BJP in Rajya Sabha, Naveen Patnaik told MPs to play the role of strong opposition

Along with Lok Sabha, the proceedings of Rajya Sabha are also going to start from June 27. MPs from all parties are preparing to present their respective views in the House. Meanwhile, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) chief Naveen Patnaik held a meeting with nine Rajya Sabha MPs of his party. During this, he instructed his MPs to play their role as a strong opposition during the proceedings of the House. Let us tell you that the proceedings of Rajya Sabha are going to start from June 27.

Raise the issues of Odisha vigorously: Patnaik

Patnaik asked his MPs to raise the issues of Odisha vigorously during the proceedings of the House. After the meeting, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) Rajya Sabha MP Sasmit Patra said that this time the party MPs will not remain silent. He said that this time he will question the ruling BJP government on issues related to Odisha.

Patra further said that apart from the demand for special category status to Odisha, BJD MPs will be asked questions on the issue of poor mobile connectivity and less bank branches in the state. He said that ‘Odisha’s demand for amendment in coal royalty has been ignored by the Center for the last 10 years? The people of the state are suffering a lot due to this. Nine MPs will act as a strong opposition in the Rajya Sabha. Patra further said that Patnaik has given clear instructions to fight for the rights of the people of the state in Parliament.

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