On the third day of his campaign, the Union Minister rallied and held public meetings organized at Jharbandh, Barihapali, Jamla and Melchamunda.
Addressing a huge public meeting, he said that the according to media reports, Chief Minister is coming to Padmapur tomorrow to campaign for his party candidate and dared the CM to come to Padampur with notification according district status.
The Union Minister said that the teachers of Odisha are protesting in Bhubaneswar. The teacher who is building the future of the school children of the State is being given mental pain. No permanent employment for them.
“New policies are being made to differentiate between senior and junior teachers. Conspiracy is being hatched to keep Odisha in darkness,” said Pradhan.
“The Pdadampur voter will give a befitting reply to the party which neglected them for over 22 years,” Pradhan said.
“The presence of a large number of women ensures the poll victory of Kuna Purohit,” he added.
Noteworthy, the voting will be conducted at 319 polling stations on December 5 between 7 am to 4 pm. The by-election was necessitated following the death of sitting BJD MLA Bijaya Ranjan Singh Bariha on October 3.
The counting of votes and declaration of results will be done on December 8.