Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Return of the truest Son (Naveen Patnaik )

President Honorable Sri. Naveen Patnaik for its spectacular victory in Orissa Assembly Elections and wish him good luck for his swearing in as Chief Minister for third time in row tomorrow.

With Blessings of Lord Jagannath Biju Janata Dal bagged 104 out of 147 assembly seats including one BJD backed Independent Candidate. After winning the Hinjili MLA seat in Ganjam district by a margin of 72, 000 votes Sri. Naveen Patnaik first visited Sri Jagannath Temple Puri to have 'darshan' of the world Lord followed by Swargadwar on the sea-shore where both his father and mother were cremated. He offered floral tributes at late Sri. Biju Patnaik's 'samadhi' before returning to the state capital. Naveen, who scored a Hat-trick in record straight, attributed the victory as victory of Orissa and Oriya people. I am delighted and humble enough after the results are out, people of the state have supported BJD as we have delivered growth, harmony, progress & development. Being a regional party BJD has always worked to fulfill the just demands of people of Orissa as successive Govts. in centre have neglected the state for several decades.

Orissa has more than 14.5 million voters, including 7 million women. There were 84 candidates for the 11 Lok Sabha seats and 688 contestants in 77 assembly constituencies in the final phase of elections in Orissa.

Leading astrologer of the country Bejan Daruwalas predictions. He had said Ganesha finds that Mangal, Patnaiks Yoga Karaka planet, is ruling as per the Vimshottari Dasha system. This alone was enough for him to lead his party to a spectacular win in this election. Shani, a Maraka planet, for him passes through the second house and aspects the eighth house.

A brief about Sri. Naveen Patnaik :

Naveen, fondly called as Pappu, was the second son of late legendary Biju Patnaik. His brother Prem Patnaik is a business man while his sister Gita Mehta is a renowned author and is the wife of Sonny Mehta, Editor-in-Chief of Alfred A. Knopf, New York. Naveen Patnaik started out at Welham Boys' School in Dehradun when he was seven years old and later continued at the The Doon School, Dehradun until he completed a Senior Cambridge Certificate at 17 years. He attended Delhi University where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Arts. Naveen Patnaik returned from the U.S. upon the death of his father Biju Patnaik and was elected as Member of the 11th Lok Sabha in by-election from Aska Parliamentary Constituency. He was a member of the Consultative Committee of Ministry of Steel Mines, Member of Standing Committee on Commerce, and Member Library Committee of Parliament. In 1998 he formed the Biju Janata Dal Party in Orissa and was elected to the 12th Lok Sabha from the Aska Parliamentary constituency. Subsequently he became the Chief Minister of the state in 2000 with the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party and has been ruling since. His party was part of the National Democratic Alliance. Naveen Patnaik is a founder member of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). He has authored three books: A Second Paradise: Indian Country Life 1590-1947, A Desert Kingdom: The people of Bikaner and the Garden of Life: An introduction to the Healing Plants of India, each one published in India, England and US.

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