Damodara Rout is searching for a route back to the BJD, falling on the restriction

Damodara Rout is searching for a route back to the BJD, falling on the restriction

Dr Damodar Raut, a senior chief and previous pastor who was ousted from the BJD, is presently set to come back to the BJD. When he got the green light from the BJD, he educated the media that he was prepared to work for the BJD association. While the BJD has now removed itself totally from the continuous political discussion over the Puri Shree Gannath rath yatra, it has fallen on Dr Raut and has choosen to disregard the recognition of BJD supremo and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. 

Twelve ideological groups met in the capital Bhubaneswar yesterday to challenge the disappointment of both the state and focal governments in the battle against Karona and to record a 14-point request letter to the senator. Both the BJD and the BJP have stood firm on the issue and have unequivocally condemned such assemblies by the resistance groups. Be that as it may, Dr. Raut, who was removed from the BJP and left the BJP in October a year ago, is presently contending with Naveen Patnaik's administration.

In an official statement yesterday, Dr Raut pummeled the restriction for such fights as "disappointment and ineptitude" and said that the improvement of Odisha under Naveen Patnaik's initiative has been accomplished in all zones during his 20 years of rule. While Dr. Raut Karona adulated Naveen, refering to the circumstance in both the Congress and the BJP-administered states, Mahaprabhu Sreejagnath's rath yatra was a demonstration of the open's help and steadfastness to Naveen Patnaik's administration.

"He is prepared to work with Naveen Patnaik," Routh told journalists today. He was in the BJP and still is. He will work for the group if the expulsion request is lifted. He has worked with Bijubabu and will keep on working with his child. "He resents the manner in which the BJP has rewarded him," he said. 

Outstandingly, after his removal from the BJP, Dr Raut joined different assemblies over the state to speak more loudly against the defilement of the Naveen Patnaik government. Indeed, even before the general political race, he joined the BJP and turned into a gathering up-and-comer from Ersama. In any case, he left the BJP last October and is presently making a decent attempt to come back to the BJP.

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Dr Damodar Raut, a senior chief and previous pastor who was ousted from the BJD, is presently set to come back to the BJD. When he got the green light from the BJD, he educated the media that he was prepared to work for the BJD association. While the BJD has now removed itself totally from the continuous political discussion over the Puri Shree Gannath rath yatra, it has fallen on Dr Raut and has choosen to disregard the recognition of BJD supremo and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. 

Twelve ideological groups met in the capital Bhubaneswar yesterday to challenge the disappointment of both the state and focal governments in the battle against Karona and to record a 14-point request letter to the senator. Both the BJD and the BJP have stood firm on the issue and have unequivocally condemned such assemblies by the resistance groups. Be that as it may, Dr. Raut, who was removed from the BJP and left the BJP in October a year ago, is presently contending with Naveen Patnaik's administration.

In an official statement yesterday, Dr Raut pummeled the restriction for such fights as "disappointment and ineptitude" and said that the improvement of Odisha under Naveen Patnaik's initiative has been accomplished in all zones during his 20 years of rule. While Dr. Raut Karona adulated Naveen, refering to the circumstance in both the Congress and the BJP-administered states, Mahaprabhu Sreejagnath's rath yatra was a demonstration of the open's help and steadfastness to Naveen Patnaik's administration.

"He is prepared to work with Naveen Patnaik," Routh told journalists today. He was in the BJP and still is. He will work for the group if the expulsion request is lifted. He has worked with Bijubabu and will keep on working with his child. "He resents the manner in which the BJP has rewarded him," he said. 

Outstandingly, after his removal from the BJP, Dr Raut joined different assemblies over the state to speak more loudly against the defilement of the Naveen Patnaik government. Indeed, even before the general political race, he joined the BJP and turned into a gathering up-and-comer from Ersama. In any case, he left the BJP last October and is presently making a decent attempt to come back to the BJP.

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