Narasingha Mishra Heads Odisha Cong Committee For Panchayat & Civic Body Polls

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Bhubaneswar: The Congress party on Monday constituted an election management  committee for the upcoming urban and panchayat elections in Odisha.

The 20-member committee is headed by Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Narasingha Mishra while Jangeswar Babu is the convenor.

OPCC president Niranjan Patnaik, in a press release, said apart from the management of the two elections, the committee will decide the candidates including the mayor for the urban civic body polls.

The district committees of the party have been requested to send their lists of candidates to the PCC or chairman or convenor of the committee for the final decision.

The party has selected the following as members of the committee:

1. Narasingh Mishra, Chairman
2. Chiranjib Biswal
3. Jayadev Jena

4. Prasad Harichandan
5. Sarat Patnaik
6. Panchanan Kanungo

7. Suresh Kumar Rouray
8. Taraprasad Bahinipat
9. Md. Moquim

10. Saptagiri Ullaka
11. Santosh Singh Saluja
12. Bijaya Laxmi Sahu
13. Bandita Parida
14. Smruti Lenka
15. Sayad Yasir Nawaz16. Manas Ranjan Choudhury
17. Janaki Ballav Patnaik

18. Suresh Mohapatra

19. Kishore Chandra Patel
20. Jangeswar Babu, Convenor

OB Bureau

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