PM MODI Visit to odisha on 5th March

Narendra Modi’s visit to the state on March 5,on the birth Anniversery of former chief minister late Bju patnaik.

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Now a days As the Political circles ahead,The big question is arising about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the state on March 5 is whether the BJP and the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) announce their alliance for the upcoming simultaneous Assembly polls and  Lok Sabha. The P.M will reach Bhubaneswar on the afternoon of 5 march. Ahead going with his development pitch, PM further joining to Chandilhole in Jaipur districts to launch various projects, And also after this it have planed to Addressed a rally organized by the state BJP.

 

 

During 1998-2009,from both the party, the senior Leaders, Hey had just partners, are refraining from commenting on their alliance, speculations are rife about the possibility of its announcement during the PM’s visit, which were triggered after the BJD supported Union minister  Vishnaw’s candidature in the recent Rajya Sabha elections as the BJP  lacked the numbers to ensure his election.

 

As it is clear that 5th march is known to be as the 108th Birth anniversary of Odisha icon, and former chief minister late Biju Patnaik, the father of BJD supremo and current CM , The BJD has planned a massive programme to celebrate the event and it is expected that the PM will pay tribute to Biju during his one-day tour. He is also likely to share dais with the CM. And This prime minister’s Second visit to the state this year. On February 3 PM Narendra Modi visited Odisha last time.

 

 

when he unveiled projects at Sambalpur. Then too, he shared the stage with Patnaik, calling him his friend. The CM had hailed Modi for “setting a new direction for India to become an economic powerhouse. While the BJP is the principal Opposition in the state, which the BJD has been ruling for 24 years, the PM had not taken on Patnaik or his government, indicating the close ties between the two sides.

 

The BJP’s Odisha election co-incharge Lata USendi, who has been camping in the state to oversee the preparations for the PM’s visit, told reporters on Friday that there will be a “double-engine” government in Odisha. She neither confirmed nor ruled out the speculations about the BJD’s possible return to the NDA fold. “As far as Odisha is concerned, a double engine government will be there. The double engine government will develop Odisha as desired by its people,” she said

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