BJP is contesting strongly in the elections in the state

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New Delhi/Bhubaneswar: Assembly elections are also being held in Odisha along with Lok Sabha elections. BJP is contesting strongly in the elections in the state. Because the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) is in power in Odisha from 2000 and Naveen Patnaik has been the Chief Minister continuously. In such a situation, Vajpa hopes that he can come to power in Odisha by defeating BJJ. That is why this time there is a direct competition between the two teams. There are 147 assembly seats in Odisha. Assembly elections are being held in four phases in the state. The first phase of polling was held on May 13. Voting for the second phase will be held in the state on the 20th. The third phase of voting will be held on 25 May and the fourth phase will be held on 1 June. Along with the Lok Sabha elections, the results of the assembly elections will be announced on June 4.
The BJP, which is in a strong position in Odisha, is now a face for the post of Chief Minister in the state? looking for The names of many senior leaders of Bajpar have come up in the race for Chief Minister. If he comes to power, BJP can make him the chief minister.
Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has the first name in this race. Behind him are Samvit Pan, Manmohan Samal, Jayanarayan Mishra and finally Aparajit Shadangi in this race.

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