BJP Chief JP Nadda Slams Odisha Govt for Neglecting Elected Representatives, Alleges Rule by Bureaucrats

Bhawanipatna: BJP National President JP Nadda has criticized the Odisha Government, accusing it of allowing officers to run the state instead of elected representatives.

Speaking at a public meeting, Nadda expressed concern over the dominance of bureaucrats in decision-making and stated that Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had delegated all responsibilities to them. He highlighted the lack of progress in Odisha despite the ruling BJD government’s 23-year tenure and emphasized that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had provided rations to 3.5 crore people in the state.

Nadda also raised issues regarding the implementation of welfare schemes in Odisha. He pointed out that eligible beneficiaries were not receiving houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), and he pledged to investigate corruption and take strict action against those involved. Nadda criticized CM Patnaik for not implementing the Ayushman Bharat Yojana in Odisha, depriving the state’s residents of its benefits. He questioned the government’s failure to fulfill promises such as providing cold storage in every block and irrigation facilities for 35 percent of the land.

The BJP President expressed concern about corruption in the allocation of houses under the PMAY in Odisha. While 72 lakh houses were sanctioned for the state, the completion of 29 lakh houses had already begun. Nadda called for an investigation by the Central government to address corruption, ensure deserving beneficiaries receive houses, and hold those involved in corruption accountable.

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