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Protest from Odisha Pradesh Congress for democracy of Rajastan in front of Raj Bhavan

Bhubaneswar: The BJP government at the Center is endangering the country’s democratic system and continues to do so. “In the Congress-ruled states, the BJP is trying to illegally overthrow the elected government,” said PCC president Niranjan Patnaik. In Rajasthan, the Congress has accused the Congress party of forming a government by attracting a large number of legislators and attracting them to finance and ministerial posts. It is undeniable that the governor did not accept the proposal made to the governor for the assembly session with the approval of the cabinet of Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot. In a protest in front of the Raj Bhavan today to protect democracy on behalf of the Congress, Mr Patnaik said the BJP was using money and bribes as well as misusing the central government system to lure money to elected legislators one after the other. Trying to get to. BJP leaders have been reluctant to resort to force if they fail to subdue the required number of legislators in order to escape the law.

The Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee today staged a protest in protest of the BJP and the central government’s behavior and the protection of democracy and the constitution. Led by President Niranjan Patnaik, the protest was attended by Executive President Shri Pradeep Majha, Former President Shri Jaydev Jena, Sarat Patnaik, Prasad Harichandan K MLA Shri Suresh Kumar Rautaray, Taraprasad Bahinipati, Panchanan Kanungo, Debashis Pattanayak. Sivananda Roy, Umaballav Rath, Manoranjan Das, Gyan Ranjan Behura Bishwaranjan Das, Rajeev Patnaik, Sudarshan Das, Abhishek Mahananda, Rashmi Mohapatra, Haldhar Sethi, Rajni Kumar Mohanty, Amiya Pandav, Paddhakar Guru, Janaki Ballabh Patnaik, Bushpajit Das , Manash Acharya, Sushant Tripathi, Lingaraj Sahu, Chiksay Das, Tarun Mishra, Prakash Mishra, Shir Mad, Kameshwar Mallick, Pratyush Jena, Deo Prasad, Jarash Mohanty, Jayakrishna Subuddhi, Prasanna Nayak, Mohan Jena, Lalatendu Das, Sushant Behera, Calcutta Mallik, Sankuna Kanar, Aditya Pritam Das, Niranjan Nayak, Ranjit Patra, Manoranjan Rautaray, Lulu Mishra Mishra were the prominent participants.

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