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    Ahead of Naveen Patnaik’s Children’s Day speech, BJP launches website to make fun of him

    By Vicky

    A day on which Odisha Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik would address 60 lakh school students across the country, the BJP launched a satirical website. The website, www.studenttips.in pokes fun at the claims made by the Odisha government.

    Ahead of Naveen Patnaik’s Children’s Day speech, BJP launches website to make fun of him

    Patnaik will deliver his 'Mann ki Baat' speech for children from a government high school in Bhubaneshwar. Schools across the state had recently conducted debated and essay competitions in which they were topics extolling Patnaik and the success of his government.

    The website takes potshots about the essay topic. The website says that the BJD is delirious but people from Odisha are torn apart by problems. There is also a 10 page booklet titled Abhyas Pustika which lists out the failures of the government. The website also suggests to children to look at the facts before debating or writing essays.

    The website also has newsclips starting from teachers usurping mid day meal rice to pregnant women being carried on cots. A cartoon showing how a teacher in a village school doubles as a math and literature teacher is also posted on the website.

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