Naveen demands complete roll back
Bhubaneswar: Dismissing the Rs two per litre cut in petrol price as `meaningless`, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday demanded complete rollback of the hike effected recently.
"We demand complete roll-back in the hike effected in the price of petrol by the central government recently," Patnaik told reporters.
Ruling BJD had observed a state-wide bandh on May 31 seeking complete roll-back of petrol price hike and party workers had hit the streets to press for the demand.
Patnaik too had participated in the demonstrations against the petrol price hike terming it as a burden on the common people.
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