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Blocking responsibilities and election campaign responsibilities on behalf of the PCC for the trial by-elections

Bhubaneswar: Pradesh Congress Committee President Shri Kilesal has addressed Congress leaders for various blocks under the Targol constituency in the run-up to the by-elections. Mr. Gurupad Nand and Mr. Manas Chowdhury have been given charge of Raghakathpur block while Mr. Bata Parita and Mr. Ganeshwar Behera have been given charge for Bire Book and Mr. Amilas Pradhal, Mr. Shuvendu Mankanti and Mr. Arindam Sankel have been charged for Tirtol Block. Similarly, Mr. Patnaik has entrusted the Congress Center to carry out the party’s campaign work in the by-elections. One of the leaders was Dr. in-charge of the Congress. A. Kumar, PASS President Shri Niranjan Patnaik, Congress Legislative Party Leader Shri Karsingh Mishra, PASS Executive President Shri Kirab Bishwal and Shri Pradeep Majha, Former PCC President Shri Jaydev Dhenka, Sarat Patnaik and Prasad Harichandal, Congress leaders Sarvashree Bhakta Charan Das, Ramchandra Khutia, Bhave Bishwal, Saptar Kalaka, Suresh Kumar Rautaray, Taraprasad Bahinipati, Ramesh Jena, Santosh Singh Saluja, Mak Mokim, Adharaj Mohan Panigrahi, Disarathi Gamang, C.S. Rajan Ekka, Ganeshwar Behero, Amarnath Pradhan, Sarat Raut, Anshuman Mahant, Devendranath Sharma, Chinmay Prabha Behur, Sangram Keshari Jena, Bishwaranjan Mohanty, Satyaprakash Nayak, Bandita Parida, Swati Pahan, Umesh Neba, Kalingi Swain, Manisha Panda, Shuev Prasad Nayak, Manoj Bishwal, Surjan Lenka, Shuvendu Mohanty, Manas Chowdhury, Arindam Circle, Gurupad Nanda, Debashis Patnaik, Suresh Mohapatra, Praful Das, Abhishek Mahananda, Amiya Kumar Patnaik, Vishwabhushan Das, Bishikant Mishra, Anant Prasat Se, Sa Behera Lalatendu Mohapatra, Ajit Kumar Mangraj, Sudarshan Das, Narayan Prasab Jena, Arya Kumar Gyanendra, George Tirkey, Achdev Bevra and Akash Bhui are the prominent figures, sources in the state Congress office said.

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