BJD suspends Baijayant Panda

Posted January 26, 2018

Bhubaneswar: The BJD on Wednesday suspended its Kendrapara MP Baijayant "Jay" Panda for "anti-party activities".

The release then mentioned that Panda was the vice-chairman of IMFA, "a company which is into mining, ferro alloys and power in Odisha".

The suspension seemed coming after leaders from Kendrapara Lok Sabha constituency lodged complaints against Panda with Naveen.

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The decision was announced here by party vice-president Surya Narayan Patro, who said the Kendrapada MP had been trying to weaken the BJD in the state and in New Delhi.

Patro said, Panda claims of being a founder member of BJD are totally false, also panda was supporting opposite party members and he didn't campaign for Biju Janta Dal anywhere. There was also a huge loan running into thousands of crores owed by IMFA (previously ICCL) which was waived and this is still a subject of debate, he pointed out.

"The party leadership had rejected Panda's proposal for nominating him for the post of Chairman of the Standing Committee of Parliament on Finance apprehending that there would be a serious conflict of interest in his nomination between the State and the country on one side and one industrial group which he was the Vice President on the other", Patro explained. The party said that in 2014, Panda drew an "annual salary and allowance of Rs".

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Panda tweeted that he was shocked and that it was sad that Naveen Patnaik did not see through the conspiracy against him led by an IAS officer who is now controlling the party. Denying all allegations by calling them "baseless", Panda said, "I'm deeply shocked at this news", CNN-News 18 reported.

Party observers Usha Devi and Pramila Mallik had earlier submitted reports to BJD supremo & CM Naveen Patnaik over allegations against Panda.

"Everyone is aware that this service officer is interfering in party affairs and unconstitutionally indulging in politics", his office maintained.

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