Narla will be the KKD’s experimental laboratory in 2014 election
TNI Bureau: Narla assembly Constituency will be Kosal Kranti Dal’s (KKD’s) Experimental Laboratory in next Assembly Election uttered its Working President & Chairman, Media Cell B.N.Mishra in a recent press meet in Rourkela.
According to Mishra, in last election his party had contested in 18 MLA constituencies and 3 Parliament seats but result was not up to their expectation. That is why in last meeting of the party held at its Head Office in Bolangir it was collectively decided that the candidates for next election to be finalized at least one year earlier of the election. Accordingly, in first phase the selected assembly segments are Narla in Kalahandi, Kantamala in Boudh, Brajaraj Nagar in Jharsuguda, Sundargarh and Biramitrapur in Sundargarh and Sundargarh Parliamentary seat.
KKD is all set to convene ‘Kosal Mukti Yatra’ in these areas from January 23 for ten days and subsequently in February and March, the Yatra will be undertaken. In April onwards Yatra in some more assembly and MP constituencies will be taken up. A ‘people referendum’ will be in favour of separate statehood for Kosal region during the yatra added Mishra.
Further explaining the reason behind the Naral an experimental laboratory Mishra said a research cell will be set up there and try to determine condition both subjective and objective in relation to the separate Kosal state issue, role of money and muscles power in election, the voting pattern and behavior vis-à-vis the proposed electoral reforms by CEC, India. The extracts of the survey will be tendered to CEC informed Mishra.
The country is loaded with tons of political garbage every day and time has come to cleanse this garbage for a pollution free Political atmosphere added Mishra. He further said BJD is the first enemy of KKD and Western Odisha and the process is on for election alliance with other likeminded parties.