Odisha: Congress gears up campaign after phase I election

Prameyanews English

Published By : Prameya News Bureau | May 14, 2024 IST

Bhubaneswar, May 14:  The first phase of elections in Odisha has concluded, and now the Congress party is gearing up for the remaining three phases. 

Sarat Pattanayak, the Pradesh Congress Committee Chief, contested in the Nuapada assembly segment of Nuapada district. Now that Nuapara assembly election is over, he is free to campaign for the party candidates.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will campaign in the Bolangir Lok Sabha seat on May 15, and Congress President Malikarjun Kharge will campaign in the Kandhamal parliamentary seat on May 16.PCC chief Sarat Pattanayak is now actively involved in preparing for these significant events. 

Bhakta Das, the Congress state campaign committee chairman, who contested as an MLA candidate from Narla assembly segment in Kalahandi district, is also now free to campaign for the party candidates.

Tara Prasad Bahinipati, another Congress leader, can now focus on campaigning for the party candidates. He contested from his traditional seat, Jeypore assembly seat in Koraput.

Saptagiri Ulka, the only Congress MP in Odisha, will also be campaigning for the party candidates. He was  also contesting as party MP candidate from Koraput LS seat. His influence extends to the tribal pockets of southern Odisha.

Bijay Patnaik, a bureaucrat-turned-politician, contested as a party MLA candidate from Paralakhemundi for the first time. With the Paralakhemundi election under Berhampur Lok Sbha constituency completed on May 13, he will now actively campaign for the party candidates in the next phase.

The remaining three phases of elections will end on June 1, 2024.

Congress leaders are strategically planning their campaigns to maximize their impact and secure support for the party candidates across the state.

It’s an exciting time in Odisha politics, and the Congress party is leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to connect with voters and secure electoral victory. 


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