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Biju Janata Dal

The Biju Janata Dal is a major political party of the state of Orissa, headed by Naveen Patnaik, son of former state chief minister Biju Patnaik. BJD was formed as a breakaway faction of Janata Dal in 1997. BJD had been a member of the NDA and is the ruling party in Orissa state.

In recent run up to the General Elections 2009, BJD has withdrawn its membership from the NDA on dispute over seat sharing with BJP.  The party took the help of the INC and others to retain power in Orissa.

BJD contested the elections 2009 at its own and won 14 seats with a gain of 3 seats from previous elections in 2004.

President:  Naveen Patnaik

Symbol:     Conch

 

 

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BJD Performance in General Elections 2009
State
Contested
Won
Orissa 18 14
Total INDIA 18 14

 

BJD Performance in General Elections 2004
State
Contested
Won
*VOTE %
Orissa 12 11 30.02
Total INDIA 12 11 1.3**

*vote % state

** vote % India

Party Ruled states
Orissa*

*Heading Coalition Govt.

Party Headquarters

Naveen Nivas, Aerodrome Gate, Bhubaneswar – 751009 (Orissa)

 

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