NAYAGARH || Months after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) made impressive roads in the coastal states of Odisha, as was visible by the number of seats it won in the national elections from the state, many leaders of the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) have begun to reach out to the people in a more focussed way.
But in Naveen Patnaik’s fifth term as the Chief Minister, it seems to be an ongoing process, an old practice and a constant effort by Higher Education and Agriculture Minister Arun Sahoo to meet his constituents and try to sort out the problems they are faced with. Recently, Arun Sahoo conducted a public session at the bus stand of Nayagarh.
The session was attended by more than 600 local people and they conveyed the issues they are facing. Arun Sahoo has assured the locals of the solution, a local BJD leader informed The News Agency. He is the first minister of the state who had been conducting monthly grievance sessions.
This is conducted in Nayagarh in one day and in Odagan the other day. He himself promised this for his constituency. Naveen Patnaik has always supported such initiatives and Arun Sahoo seems to be following this advice by the maestro.