BERHAMPUR: The BJP on Thursday got here down closely on the Odisha authorities’s dealing with of the border challenge with Andhra Pradesh in Manikpatana village below Gangabada panchayat of Gajapati district. Interacting with Gajapati Collector Lingaraj Panda and former sarpanch Haribandhu Karji at Parlakhemundi, the get together’s state vice-president Bhrugu Baxipatra together with different leaders expressed displeasure on the delayed response of the ruling BJD whereas AP saved making cross-border overtures.
A case has been lodged in opposition to Karji, who has been within the radar of AP authorities, at Manjusha Police Station of AP. Speaking to mediapersons on the day, Baxipatra raised questions as to why no FIR has been lodged even per week after AP Minister Appalla Raju and his workforce forcibly reopened the anganwadi centre on disputed land and misbehaved with Odisha officers. The silence of Odisha authorities has demoralised individuals in border areas, he stated.
He urged the federal government to resolve the battle on the earliest whereas executing developmental programmes within the border areas. On Wednesday, a workforce of tribal leaders led by Bhalachandra Sadangi visited Manikpatana and held a gathering of Odia individuals residing in borders areas. Criticising the silence of Gajapati administration, they determined to take a seat on dharna in entrance of the Collector’s workplace from September 20.