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BJP workers tore up Naveen Patnaik's photos in Angul vaccination centre

 (Fast Mail News)-ANGUL: While a massive vaccination drive was going on in Angul stadium today some BJP activists stormed the centre and tore up photos and posters of Naveen Patnaik. 

The BJP activists were opposing the display of Naveen Patnaik's photos and posters at all the vaccination centers in the district. 

While according to them the vaccine is being given by the central government led by Narendra Modi the credit is being taken by the Naveen patnaik government. 

How ever,vaccination work at the stadium was not affected and went on smoothly today.After sometime police intervened and took the protesters away. 

On the complaint of additional Tahasildar Duryodhan Sahoo, cases have been registered against 12 BJP workers in Angul police station, according to police. 

 

 

 Dileswar Pradhan,the district BJP president said,"It is unacceptable that Naveen Patnaik's photos and posters will come up at the vaccination centre while the central government spends money for the vaccine.

 "We do not oppose the display of Naveen Patnaik's photo and posters at the vaccination centres.But simultaneously the prime minister's photo should come up.It is ridiculous that instead of Modi Naveen patnaik's photo is being displayed. BJP not only protested it at Angul today it will be in the coming days protesting all over the district,"said Pradhan.

 The district BJD president Mahendra Bastia described the incident as unfortunate and condemned it."I strongly condemn the action of the BJP supporters in tearing the chief minister's photo at Angul vaccination centre. I can not imagine that BJP will stoop such a low in this regard while the chief minister is doing everything to fight corona and ensure maximum vaccination in the state.So far no arrest has been made by Angul police on this connection. 

There are 53 vaccination centers opened in 8 blocks and 3 municipality aREAS in the district.As many as 11,500 vaccines had come for vaccination today.

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