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The rigorous political exercise in Odisha to fool its people

Blame-game, said to be the old BJD practice, has taken centre stage in Odisha now and is being used by leaders of both parties to pull off their counterparts from getting close to people. Federalism seems to have become a farce as even ministers, who are very much part of the government, have indulged themselves in the game to ensure electoral points for their respective parties. Basudev Mahapatra >>> Read the story

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