Bhubaneswar, Feb 4: The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has devised a distinctive strategy to secure the esteemed Bhubaneswar North assembly seat in the upcoming election, aiming to fortify its presence in the capital city.
Sources within the party reveal that the BJD plans to assign two dedicated party loyalists to engage with residents of ten households each within the Bhubaneswar North assembly segment. These party workers will initiate conversations with every household member, aiming to gain insights into the developmental initiatives undertaken by the Biju Janata Dal in the state. Additionally, they will solicit feedback from the public, compiling valuable information to be relayed to the current MLA. This approach aims to address and resolve any concerns raised by constituents before the impending election.
In preparation for the electoral battle, BJD's organizational secretary, Pranab Prakash Das, in collaboration with Local MLA Sushant Kumar Rout, convened a meeting with 21 local party corporators, 5 Sarpanchs, and the Zilla Parishad, including the chief of the constituency's frontal organization. During this gathering, they delved into local issues and formulated a comprehensive election strategy.
Addressing the participants, Pranab Prakash Das emphasized that party workers will traverse localities to disseminate information about the successful developmental activities spearheaded by the state government. Furthermore, he urged party leaders to expedite the completion of any pending projects before the election, ensuring a positive impact on the electorate. This proactive and community-focused approach underscores the BJD's commitment to maintaining its stronghold in the Bhubaneswar North assembly seat.