BJD seeks removal of central govt hoardings

Bhubaneswar: The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has demanded the removal of banners and posters related to various schemes
of the central government. The BJD delegation met Aditya Prasad Padi of the State’s Chief Electoral Commission and made the demand. While the code of conduct for panchayat elections has already been implemented, there are rules for removing the hoardings and banners of various government schemes. Despite this, there are hoarding banners at
various intersections, petrol pumps, airports, national highways, and various central government offices in the state.
The BJP has accused the government of violating its code of conduct. So, the BJD has demanded the removal of banners of various posters violating the code of conduct. Led by BJD spokesperson and MP Sasmit Patra, party spokespersons Lenin Mohanty, Sulta Deo, Srimayee Mishra, Elina Das and Ipsita Sahu met the Chief
Electoral Commissioner today and handed over a memorandum

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