Naveen Patnaik Meets PM Modi: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday (May 11) made a big statement regarding the Lok Sabha elections after meeting PM Modi in Delhi. He said that as far as I am concerned, there is no possibility of a third front.
Naveen Patnaik said that I Narendra Modi Discussed about the demand of Odisha. I talked to him about Shree Jagannath International Airport which we want to set up in Puri, the border has been marked on the airport. There is a lot of traffic in Bhubaneswar, so we want to expand there, the Prime Minister has assured to help.
Had also met Nitish Kumar
The Chief Minister of Odisha reached the national capital on Wednesday evening on a four-day visit. Naveen Patnaik had earlier met Modi on May 30, 2022, a month before the presidential election. Significantly, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is trying to unite all the opposition parties before the Lok Sabha elections.
The conversation between the two leaders was held for an hour.
Under this, Nitish Kumar met Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday. There was a conversation between the two for about an hour. Both the chief ministers had claimed that during the meeting there was no discussion on forming any political alliance between the JD(U) and the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) for the Lok Sabha elections next year.
What did Naveen Patnaik say?
Patnaik had said that there was no discussion on any alliance today. I am happy that Nitish ji came to Bhubaneswar. Old friends and associates from when we were in Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s cabinet. Patnaik said that the Odisha government will provide 1.5 acres of land free of cost to the Bihar government for the construction of facilities for tourists coming to visit Lord Jagannath.
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