Naveen advises BJD MLA to stay away from corruption

Bhubaneswar: Biju Janata Dal (BJD) Supremo and chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday advised his party legislators to stay away from corruption.
By holding a meeting with the first MLA and the party’s old lawmakers at his residence, Patnaik advised them to go beyond party politics and work for people.
Working out his 19-year political experience, Patnaik said: “After I was first elected MLA in 2000, I told BDOs of my constituency to work for people without fear.
He advised the MLA not to discriminate against people on the basis of their political support. “As an MLA and as a prime minister, I have always respected the rules with the utmost honesty,” he said.
“I say, according to my own experience, if you all stay away from corruption and work for people, you will be re-elected,” he added.
He also emphasized on simplicity and said that people love the virtue most. “If one leads an egoistic and luxurious life, it will create a distance between people and his representatives,” he said.
“Keep my advice in your mind and work to meet people’s expectations,” CM added.

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