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BJP Yuva Morcha focus on new voters

Staff Reporter

BERHAMPUR: BJP Yuva Morcha is planning to organise its party cadres in Orissa through a programme aimed at building awareness among new voters.

This programme named ‘Nutan Voternku Swagat Samvardhana’ was formally inaugurated on Sunday at Kanisi on the outskirts of the city. According to State president of the BJP Yuva Morcha, Bibhuti Jena this programme would be first taken up in Gopalpur Assembly constituency area and later it would be extended to all parts of the State.

The function organised to inaugurate the programme was attended by State BJP president Suresh Pujari and State Cabinet Minister from the BJP Biswabhusan Harichandan. Mr Pujari asked party youth workers to reach out to new generation voters and make them conscious about their voting rights and the issues before the country. He also advised them to build up a comparison between the NDA and UPA governments.

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