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BJP releases names of 100 Candidates for Odisha State Polls

Gearing up to unseat Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, Bhartiya Janta Party on Thursday released the first list of 100 candidates for the state polls of Odisha that slated to clubbed with General Elections. The State has a total of 147 State Assembly while having 21 Lok Sabha Seats.

The Odisha State Polls will be clubbed with the General Elections 2019. The State will Poll on the first phase of Voting, April 11. The Bhartiya Janta Party’s list of candidates was released after the Central Election Committee held a meeting.

The first list of candidates include:

  1. Pradeep Purohit from Padampur
  2. Aswini Sarangi from Bargarh
  3. Milan Seth from Attabira
  4. Radha Rani Panda from Brijrajnagar
  5. Bhabani Bhoi from Talsara
  6. Kusum Tete from Sundargarh
  7. Shankar Oram from Biramitrapur
  8. Jaganbandhu Behera from Raghunathpali
  9. Nihar Ray from Rourkela
  10. Narsingh Minj from Rajgangpur
  11. Anil Barla from Bonai
  12. Rabi Narayan Nayak from Kuchinda
  13. Nauri Nayak from Rengali
  14. Jayanarayan Mishra from Sambalpur
  15. Dhanujaya Sidhu from Telkoi
  16. Prithviraj Kanhar from Ghasipur
  17. Bgahirathi Sethi from Anandpur
  18. Bhabani Shankar Nayak from Patna
  19. Mohan Manjhi from Keonjhar
  20. Ganeshram Khuntia from Jashipur
  21. Budhan Murmu from Saraskana
  22. Sukada Murmu from Bangiropsi
  23. Padmacharan Haibru from Karanjia
  24. Bhaskar Madhei from Udala
  25. Sanatan Bijuli from Badasahi
  26. Prakash Soren from Baripada
  27. Jaya Narayan Mohanty from Jaleswar
  28. Madanmohan Dutta from Balasore
  29. Gobind Chandra Das from Remuna
  30. Rakesh Mallick from Soro
  31. Padmalochan Panda from Simulia
  32. Madabananda Mallick fro Basudevpur
  33. Bishnu Sethy from Dhamnagar
  34. Manmohan Samal from Chandbali
  35. Babita Mallick from Binjharpur
  36. Biswa Ranjan Mallick from Bari
  37. Amar Nayak from Barachana
  38. Tusar Parida from Dharamasala
  39. Goutam Ray from Jajpur
  40. Biswajit Nayak from Korei
  41. Pradeep Balasamata from Sukinda
  42. Krushna Chandra Patra from Dhenkanal
  43. Ashok Nayak from Hindol
  44. Satrughana Jena from Kamakhayanagar
  45. Bibhuti Pradhan from Parjanga
  46. Ashok Mohanty from Pallahara
  47. Kalandi Samal from Talcher
  48. Pratap Pardhan from Angul
  49. Agasti Behera from Chhendipada
  50. Mukesh Mahaling from Loisingha
  51. Kanak Verdhan Singh from Patnagarh
  52. Ashok Dora from Titlagarh
  53. Laxman Bag from Kantabaji
  54. Rita Rani Bagarti from Khariar
  55. Nityananad Gond from Umerkola
  56. Gouri Majhi from Nabarangpur
  57. Ramesh Majhi from Lanjigarh
  58. Manoj Meher from Junagarh
  59. Ananta Pratap Deo from Dharmgarh
  60. Anirudh Pradhan from Naria
  61. Karendra Majhi from Baliguda
  62. Archana Pradhan from G Udaygiri
  63. Kanhei Danga from Kantamal
  64. Susanta Pradhan from Boudh
  65. Bijay Kumar Dalbehra from Bardamba
  66. Samir Dey from Barabati Cuttack
  67. Nayan Kishore Mohanty from Choudwar Cuttack
  68. Dilip Mallick from Cuttack Sadar
  69. Prakash Behera from Salelpur
  70. Sarada Pradhan from Mahanga
  71. Dola Gobind Nayak from Aul
  72. Aleka Jena from Rajanagar
  73. Ramakant Bhoi from Tirtol
  74. Damodar Rout from Balikuda-Ersama
  75. Satyabrat Mohapatra from Jagatsinghpur
  76. Tusarakanti Behera from Kakatpur
  77. Pravati Parida from Nimapara
  78. Latitendu Bidyadhar Mohapatra from Brahmagiri
  79. Omm Prakash Mishra from Satyabadi
  80. Ashrit Pattnayak from Piplii
  81. Jagannath Pradhan from Bhubneshwar Central
  82. Babu Singh from Ekamar-Bhubneshwar
  83. Kalikhandayat Ray from Khurda
  84. Prithviraj Harichandan from Chilika
  85. Surama Padhy from Ranpur
  86. Sidharta Singh Mardaraj from Khandapada
  87. Irani Roy from  from Nayagarh
  88. Pradyumna Nayak from Bhanjanagar
  89. Gokulananda Mallik from Polasarac
  90. Bharati Behera from Khalikote
  91. Saroj Padhni from Aska
  92. Bijay Swain from Sanakhemundi
  93. Bibhuti Jena from Gopalpur
  94. Manoranjan Dyansamantray from Chikiti
  95. K Narayan Rao from Paralakhemundi
  96. Shibashankar Ullaka from Bissam Cuttack
  97. Kumuda Saunta from Laxmipur
  98. Khageshwar Pujari from Kotpad
  99. Rama Chandra Pangi from Pottangi
  100. Aditya Madhi from Malkangiri

BJP in a run-up to the Polls in Odisha will take on Naveen Patnaik’s BJD, and Congress who has stitched an alliance with Hemant Soren’s Jharkhand Mukhti Morcha. Both Congress and BJD have started rolling out names of Candidates for Odisha State polls 2019.

General Elections are slated for April-May this year that would spread on Seven Phases starting from April 11 to May 19. Election Commission had on Sunday declared schedule for General Elections 2019.

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