ONI Bureau: While he is being accused of getting detached from the ruling Biju Janata Dal and inching closer to BJP, BJD MP Baijayant Panda made it clear that “he had no intention of leaving the party he helped found”.
While replying to the tweet of a fan, who appealed CM Naveen Patnaik not to let Jay Panda go saying BJD can’t afford to lose him and that if it happens, the party would lose the trust of the youth and educated mass of Odisha, Jay Panda made this statement.
@CMO_Odisha @Naveen_Odisha pls intervene in @PandaJay case immediately as #BJD can’t afford to loose him.if at all BJP Ji moves away from the party then you’ll loose the trust of the youth and educated mass of Odisha.that’s what my perception is.Jai Hind.Jai Kalinga.
— Binay Mallick (@binaymallick) January 21, 2018
“I have no intention of leaving the party i helped found, but as it is now clear, there is a powerful conspiracy to hound me out”, he tweeted.
Thank you for your kind words of support! I have no intention of leaving the party i helped found, but as it is now clear, there is a powerful conspiracy to hound me out. I hope your words are heeded🙏🏻 https://t.co/5wY3I4Q9gn
— Baijayant Jay Panda (@PandaJay) January 21, 2018
Meanwhile, after BJD Observer Pramila Mallick submitted her probe report to the CM yesterday, another Observer Usha Devi has reached Mahanga and would visit other parts of Kendrapara Lok Sabha constituency to get a detailed report on the allegations against Baijayant Panda.