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Bhubaneswar: Odisha assembly chairman and seven-time minister Surya Narayan Patro has said that each political party in India is fighting for its own agenda and its own benefits. While addressing the conclave of political CEOs and the 2021 awards organized by the Institutes of Political Entrepreneurs and Election Management (IPEEM) as the main guest, he said each political party has its own agenda. The Congress is fighting to make Rahul Gandhi the Prime Minister. The BJP is fighting to take control of the whole country. And the regional parties are fighting for their own existence.
He briefly discussed the important role played by NRI as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru in the struggle for freedom. Also talks about the scenario during and after the state of emergency declared by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Speaking at the “Idea of India” session, Maroof Raza, defense analyst and strategy consultant, expressed his displeasure with the way the central government has handled the Kashmir issue. The government repealed Section 370 as a sudden shock. Plan prepared only for this purpose. After that, the government no longer has a plan or model for Kashmir. For many people and parties, Kashmir is just a Dhanda (business). “
Ashok Tanwar, former MP and President, Apna Bharat Morcha said that “IPEEM not only plays a major role in creating future political leaders for Odisha but also for the whole country. This institute helps aspiring leaders understand the entire election management system and can prepare a strategy accordingly. It will also create a number of electoral entrepreneurs in the state. Young people, women and the underserved will also understand the use of technology to stay on an equal footing with other established leaders.
On this occasion, Kailas Singh, founding president of IPEEM, said that “the main objective of this institute is to feed anyone interested in entering politics or wishing to contribute to the political spectrum in one way or another. . New leaders will learn integrity, democratic values and good governance. They can make valuable proposals to the party and the government and can play a major role in the management of elections.
On this occasion, “do not laugh at politics” by Professor DK Giri was launched by distinguished guests.
Other dignitaries present at the event are the former director, PMO Satya Narayan Sahu; political commentator Abhay Dwivedi; Political leader Manoja Manjari Devi; Dr DK Giri, Director, Schumacher Center Delhi; Soumya Ranjan Patnaik, editor, Sambad and MP; political commentator Deba Prasad Dash; Shishir Miglani, member, Politec; Bishnu Sethi, deputy head of the Legislative Assembly of Odisha; Panchanan Kanungo, former Minister of Finance, Odisha; Prasad Harichandan, former chairman, Odisha Pradesh congress committee, Pradip Kumar Majhi, political leader, Prafulla Kumar Sahu, co-founder, CYSD; Sanjeev Mallick, provincial deputy; Sulochana Das, Commissioner for People with Disabilities; Dr Netaji Abhinadan, Associate Professor, University of Ravenshaw; Dr Urmila Das, former director, WSRC, University of Berhampur; Prof Dipti Patnaik, HoD-English BHU and Harish Bijoor.