Naveen Patnaik kicks off “Ghare Ghare Sankha” campaign

Bhubaneswar: Biju Janata Dal (BJD) president and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched ‘Ghare Ghare Sankha: Matamata Diyanti Apana, Palana Karanti Naveen’ (Conch in each and every households: Naveen acts upon your opinions) campaign on the 103rd birth anniversary of legendary leader Biju Patnaik on Tuesday.

The BJD government observes the day as the Panchayati Raj Day to mark the birth anniversary of Biju Patnaik, after whom the BJD has been named. Conch is the symbol of the ruling BJD

The ‘Ghare Ghare Sankha’ campaign, which aims to seek public opinions from across the state for preparation of party’s election manifesto for the ensuing Lok Sabha and Assembly polls, began at Kantilo in Jatni area of Khordha district in the presence of Bhubaneswar MP Prasanna Patsani and several other party leaders and workers.

“Members of the party’s women wing (Biju Mahila Janata Dal) will reach every household with a form to record the opinion of people on the performance of the government’s schemes and how they want them to improve,” said party spokesman and Nayagarh MLA Arun Sahoo on Monday

Briefing media persons here on Monday, BJD spokesman and Nayagarh MLA Arun Sahoo said, “Members of the party’s women wing (Biju Mahila Janata Dal) will reach out to around 86 lakh households in the state to collect their opinions as to prepare the manifesto of the Naveen Patnaik led ruling party for the 2019 Lok Sabha and Assembly polls”.

“The BMJD members will visit each and every household with a form to record the opinion of people on the performance of the State government’s schemes and how they want them to improve,” he added.

Sources said, the BJD president has written to all the office bearers, elected representatives and senior leaders of the party to make ‘Ghare Ghare Sankha’ successful.

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