Odisha Legislative Assembly

The Odisha Legislative Assembly is the unicameral state legislature of Odisha state in India. The seat of the Legislative Assembly is at Bhubaneswar, the capital of the state. The Legislative Assembly comprises 147 Members of Legislative Assembly.[1]. It was announced by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik that the Sachivalaya or the Secretariat building in Bhubaneswar will be called Lok Seva Bhavan.[2]

Odisha Legislative Assembly
16th Legislative Assembly of Odisha
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
Leadership
Speaker
Surjya Narayan Patro, BJD
since 1 June 2019
Deputy Speaker
Rajani Kant Singh, BJD
since 27 June 2019
Leader of the House
(Chief Minister)
Naveen Patnaik, BJD
since 5 March 2000
Leader of Opposition
Pradipta Kumar Naik, BJP
since 25 June 2019
Structure
Seats147
Political groups
Government (136)
  •      BJD (113)

Opposition (11)

Elections
First past the post
Last election
April 2019
Next election
2024
Meeting place
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Vidhan Sabha, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, India
Website
http://odishaassembly.nic.in

ProcedureEdit

Sessions and Time of SittingsEdit

The Governor from time to time summons the Assembly to meet at such time and place as thinks fit, but the gap between the Assembly's last sitting in one session and the date appointed for its first sitting in the next session cannot exceed 6 months. The Governor may also from time to time prorogue the Assembly or dissolve the Assembly.[3]

When the Governor summons the Assembly, summons are sent to each member by name, indicating the date, time and place appointed by the Governor for the session of the Assembly. Prorogation by the Governor terminates the session of the Assembly and within a session the Speaker may adjourn the House from time to time or adjourn sine die.

Subject to Article 174 of the Constitution of India read with rule 11 of Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Orissa Legislative Assembly, in every calendar year the Assembly is required to have minimum of three sessions with minimum 60 sittings days

Unless the Speaker otherwise desires, the sitting of the Assembly commences at 10:30 am local time and concludes at 7 pm local time with a lunch break of two hours which is from 1 pm to 3 pm local time. Under special circumstance, the speaker can allow the House to continue till 9 pm local time.

ProcedureEdit

All items of businesses require a notice period as follows:-

Questions - 14 clear days (Rule37)
Resolutions - 15 clear days (Rule-98-B)
Amendments to resolutions – 3 clear days (Rule 103)
Private Members' Bills - 30 clear days (Rule 66)
Amendment to Bills - 2 clear days (Rule 81)
Motions - 15 days (Rule 111)
Motions for reduction of demands, i.e.Cut-Motions - 5 days (Rule 124)
Half-an-hour discussion - 3 days (Rule 57)
Resolution for removal of Speaker -14 days (Article 179)
Adjournment Motion - One hour before the sitting (Rule 59)

Question HourEdit

For the purpose of answering questions, the Departments of Government are divided into groups and dates are fixed for each group. The Ministers concerned are required to answer the questions relating to the group.

The first hour of every sitting of the Assembly is available for answering questions. Questions are classified as

  • Starred Questions
  • Unstarred Questions
  • Short Notice Starred Questions.

If a member desires oral answer, he is required to indicate the question by putting an asterisk mark (*) before it. The questions are answered in the order in which they are printed in the list of questions put for the day. Members are restricted to three such questions for any sitting day. The questions are asked in the order listed by the member who requested it. Supplementary questions can be asked for the purpose of eliciting further information on any matter of fact. The Speaker decides the number of supplementary questions according to the importance of a question.

On urgent matter and matters of public importance, members are allowed to put short notice questions, in which case notice period of 14 clear days is not observed. The speaker has the discretion of allowing such a question and the time period for a response from the ministry involved. If the Minister is unable to answer, the question is disallowed but if the Speaker is of the opinion that the question is of sufficient public importance, he may direct that it be answered as the first question on the day allotted to the group.

Notices of questions are required to be in writing in appropriate forms. In order that a question may be admissible, it is required to satisfy the various conditions detailed in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the House. The Speaker decides the admissibility of questions. After a question is admitted, it is sent to the department concerned for furnishing answers to the Minister concerned.

List of Starred, Unstarred and Short Notice question are drawn for each category and circulated to all concerned. Questions are listed as per the order of priority determined by ballot. The dates on which ballot will be held are intimated to members sufficiently in advance. Members are free to witness the ballot.

Any member is allowed to give notice to raise a half-an-hour discussion on matter of sufficient public importance which has been the subject of a question, oral or written and the answers need elucidation on matter of fact. The Speaker may allot half-an-hour on three sittings in a week for such discussion.

Main BusinessEdit

The main business of the day may be consideration of a Bill or financial business or consideration of a resolution or a motion.

A bill is a draft of an Act introduced in the Legislature by the Minister. It consists of (1) the title, (2) the enacting formula, (3) the body of the Bill which is divided into clauses with the statement of objects and reasons

Introduction of BillEdit

The Speaker may order the publication of any Bill (together with the statement of objects and reasons accompanying) in the Gazette, although no motion has been made for leave to introduce the Bill. In that case, it is not necessary to move for leave to introduce the Bill and if the Bill in afterwards introduced, it is necessary to publish it again. The Speaker will cause a copy of the notice and of the Bill together with the statement of objects and reasons to be forwarded to the Secretary to the Governor and the Law Department.

Whenever a Bill seeking to replace and ordinance with or without modification is introduced in the House, it is placed before the House along with the Bill, a statement explaining the circumstances which had necessitated immediate legislation by ordinance. Whenever an ordinance, which embodies wholly or partly or with modification the provisions of a Bill pending before the House, is promulgated a statement explaining the circumstances, which had necessitated immediate legislation by ordinance is laid on the Table during the Session following the promulgation of the ordinance.

If a motion for leave to introduce a Bill is opposed the Speaker after permitting, if he thinks fit, a brief explanatory statement from the member who opposes and from the member who moves the motion may, without further debate, put the question thereon. As soon as may be after a Bill has been introduced, the Bill unless it has already been published, is published in the Gazette.

Any member is allowed to ask for any paper or return connected with any Bill before the Assembly. The Speaker has the power to determine, either at the time or at the meeting of the Assembly next following whether the papers or returns asked

Motions after introduction of a billEdit

When a bill is introduced or on some subsequent occasion, the Member-in-Charge may make one of the following motions in regard to his bill, namely: (i) that it be taken into consideration; or (ii) that it be referred to a Select Committee composed of such members of the Assembly and with instruction, if any, to report before such date as may be specified in the motion; or (iii) that it be circulated for the purpose of eliciting opinion thereon by a date to be specified in the motion:

Provided that no such motion shall be made until after copies of the bill have been made available for the use of members and that any member may object to any such motion being made unless copies of the Bill have been so made available for seven days before the day on which the motion is made and such objection shall prevail unless the Speaker allows the motion to be made.

On the date on which any motion referred to in Rule 70 is made or on any subsequent date to which discussion thereof is postponed, the principle of the Bill and its provision may be discussed generally, but the details of the Bill shall not be discussed further than is necessary to explain its principles.

At this stage no amendments to the Bill may be moved, but-

(a) If the Member-in-Charge moves that the Bill be taken into consideration, any member may move as an amendment that the Bill be referred to a Select Committee, or be circulated for the purpose of eliciting opinion thereon by a date to be specified in the motion.

(b) If the Member-in-Charge moves that the Bill be referred to a Select Committee, any member may move as an amendment that the Bill be circulated for the purpose of eliciting opinion thereon by a date to be specified in the motion.

Where a motion that a Bill be circulated for the purpose of eliciting opinion thereon is carried and the Bill is circulated in accordance with that direction and opinions are received thereon, the Member-in-Charge if he wishes to proceed with the Bill thereafter, shall move that the Bill be referred to a Select Committee unless the Speaker allows a motion to be made that the Bill be taken into consideration.

No motion that the Bill be taken into consideration or be passed shall be made by any member other than the Member-in-Charge of Bill and no motion that a Bill be referred to a Select Committee or be circulated for the purpose of eliciting opinion thereon shall be made by any member other than the Member-in-Charge except by way of amendment to a motion made

With regard to reference of the Bill to Select Committee and the procedure adopted thereon are laid down under the Rule 73 to 80 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Orissa Legislative Assembly.

Amendments to clauses, etc. and consideration of Bill

If notice of an amendment has not been given two days before the day on which the Bill is to be considered any member may object to the moving of the amendment and such objection shall prevail unless the Speaker allows the amendment to be moved : Provided that in the case of Government Bill, an amendment of which notice has been received from the Member-in-Charge has ceased to be a Minister or a Member and such amendment shall stand in the name of the new Member-in-Charge of the Bill. (2) The Secretary shall, if time permits make available to members from time to time lists of amendments of which notices have been received. Conditions of admissibility of amendments are detailed under Rules 82 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Orissa Legislative Assembly.

Amendments shall ordinarily be considered in the order of the clauses of the bill to which they respectively relate. An amendment moved may by leave of the Assembly but not otherwise be withdrawn on the request of the member moving it. If an amendment has been proposed to an amendment, the original amendment shall not be withdrawn until the amendment proposed to it has been disposed of.

Passing of BillEdit

When a motion that a Bill be taken into consideration has been carried and no amendment of the Bill is made, the Member-in-Charge may at once move that the Bill be passed. If any amendment of the Bill is made, any member may object to any motion being made on the same day that the Bill be passed and such objection shall prevail unless the Speaker allows the motion to be made. Where the objection prevails, a motion that the Bill be passed may be brought forward on any future day. No amendments, not being merely verbal shall be made to any Bill after such a motion is moved.

The discussion on a motion that the Bill be passed shall be confined to the submission of arguments either in support of the Bill or for the rejection of the Bill without going into it details. When a Bill which has been passed by the Assembly is returned by the Governor for reconsideration, the point or points referred for reconsideration shall be put before the Assembly by the Speaker and shall be discussed and voted upon in the same manner as amendments to a Bill, or in such other way as the Speaker may consider most convenient for their consideration by the Assembly.

Adjournment of Debate and Withdrawal and Removal of BillEdit

At any stage of a Bill which is under discussion in the Assembly, a motion that the debate on the Bill be adjourned may be moved with consent of the Speaker. The Member who has introduced a Bill may at any stage of the Bill move that the Bill be withdrawn Provided that where a Bill has been referred to a Select Committee, notice of any motion for the withdrawal of the Bill shall automatically stand referred to the committee and after the Committee has expressed its opinion in a report to the Assembly the motion shall be set down in the list of business.

If a motion for leave to withdraw a Bill is opposed the Speaker may, if he thinks fit permit the Member who moves and the Members who opposes the motion to make brief explanatory statements and may thereafter, without further debate, put the question.

Procedure regarding Non-Official BillsEdit

Members may give notice of Bills. In the first instance the Members should give 30 days notice of their intention to move for leave to introduce a Bill and send a copy of the Bill together with a statement of objects and reasons. An intimation will be sent to the concerned Member if the Bill requires the recommendation of the Governor for introduction or for its consideration. It is the responsibility of the Member-in-Charge to obtain Governor's recommendation and annex to the notice.

On the day on which the item is included in the agenda, the Member concerned should move for leave to introduce the Bill and after the leave is granted formally to introduce the Bill. The Bill after introduction, will be published in the Gazette. If the Bill does not require the recommendation of the Governor for its consideration, the Member concerned should give notice of his intention to move for consideration of the Bill and for the Bill being passed.

Governor's (or President's ) Assent to BillEdit

Assent is the final stage in the making of a law. It is the Act where by the Governor (or President, if a Bill is reserved for his assent) gives his assent to the Bill passed by House after which it is published as an Act of the Legislature.

AmendmentsEdit

An amendment is an alternation proposed or made in a motion. It must be either to insert certain words in the motion or Bill or to leave out certain words or substitute others. Notice of amendments should be in writing, signed and given to the office before the time prescribed for its receipt. Members, who give amendments should clearly indicate to which clause or sub-clause of a Bill their amendments relate. Amendments received in the office after the prescribed time are liable to be rejected. No notice of amendment need to be given for deleting a whole clause in a Bill. Members who want the deletion of a whole clause may oppose the clause itself when it is put to vote.

Financial BusinessEdit

Copies of the Budget papers including Supplementary Budget and Excess Demand are supplied to Members soon after the same is presented.

The Budget is disposed of a in two stages, i.e. general discussion and voting on demands, Members may participate in the general discussion and speak on the Budget as a whole or any question of principle involved therein, but no motion shall be moved at this stage. In the case of Supplementary Budget, Excess Demand, etc. no general discussion takes place.

A Member may give notice of Motions for reduction of Demands (Cut Motion) in the prescribed form available in the office. On the recommendation of the Business Advisory Committee, a time table showing the dates on which demands will be taken up for voting and the dates of giving notice of Cut Motion is circulated. Cut Motions received after the prescribed date and time are rejected.

On the last day of the days allotted for voting on demands at 17.00 Hrs. or at such other hour as the Speaker may fix, the Speaker shall forthwith put every question necessary to dispose of all outstanding matters in connection with the demands for grants, which process is called the "Guillotine'.

Motions for reduction of Demands for Grants : (1) Cut-motions are divided into the following three categories ---

(i) Refusal of supplies, i.e., a motion to reduce the amount of demand to a nominal figure of one rupee. Such motions are intended to refuse supplies because the whole policy underlying this demand is disapproved by a member. Under each demand motions of this category are arranged in the "List of Motions" in the order of receipt. In the case of such motions, no question proposed to be raised need be indicated in brackets except the words refusal of supplies. If any specific grievance is indicated therein the motion will be treated as a "Token Cut " for determining priority.

(ii) Economy cut, i.e. a Cut-motion for the purpose of effecting economy or retrenchment in the "List of Motions". Such motions are entered under the relevant Demand after the motions for Refusal of supplies are arranged in the List of Motions according to the amounts of the cuts proposed. In this case there is no need to mention any specific grievance. The word "economy" should be mentioned and an indication may be given of the particular sub-head or item in respect of which retrenchment of economy is proposed.

(2) The "List of Motions" under the various demands for grants is arranged as explained above. But before the Demands for grants are actually discussed in the Assembly on the days allotted for this purpose the demands that should be discussed are selected by the Business Advisory Committee.

(iii) Token Cut, i.e., a Cut-Motion for a nominal figure in order to ventilate a specific grievance. In giving notices of such motions it is the established practice for members to indicate briefly within brackets the question which they want to raise on each motion for reduction separately. Only one grievance can be discussed on each such uniform figure of cut viz. Rs. 100. These motions are entered after the economy cuts and are arranged in the list of motion in the order of receipt irrespective of amount of the cut. In moving such motions, suggestions to amend existing legislation are not in order. Moreover, a special demand is put down to cover a specific and particular subject, it can be discussed only under that specific demand and not under any other demand.

Since the Demands which the Finance Minister may subsequently find necessary to present to the Assembly for excess grant and for supplementary or additional grants are dealt the same manner by the Assembly as if they were demands for grants. It is open to members to give notice of Cut-Motions in respect of such demands also.


HistoryEdit

Sessions of Odisha Legislative Assembly & SpeakersEdit

The following is the list of Odisha Legislative Assembly sittings:

No. Name Constitution Dissolution Speaker[4]
a First Pre-Independent Assembly 3 February 1937 14 September 1945 Shri Mukunda Prasad Das (28 July 1937 – 29 May 1946)
b Second Pre-Independent Assembly 18 April 1946 20 February 1952 Lal Mohan Patnaik (29 May 1946 – 6 March 1952)
1 First Assembly after Independence 20 February 1952 4 March 1957 Nanda Kishore Das (06.03.1952 - 27 May 1957)
2 Second Assembly 1 April 1957 25 February 1961 Nilakantha Das (27 May 1957 – 1 July 1961)
3 Third Assembly 21 June 1961 1 March 1967 Lingaraj Panigrahi (01.07.1961 – 18 March 1967)
4 Fourth Assembly 1 March 1967 23 January 1971 Nanda Kishore Misra (18 March 1967 – 12 April 1971)
5 Fifth Assembly 23 March 1971 3 March 1973 Nanda Kishore Misra (12.04.1971 – 21 March 1974)
6 Sixth Assembly 6 March 1974 30 April 1977 Braja Mohan Mohanty (21 March 1974 – 1 July 1977)
7 Seventh Assembly 26 June 1977 17 February 1980 Satyapriya Mohanty (01.07.1977 – 12 June 1980)
8 Eighth Assembly 9 June 1980 9 March 1985 Somnath Rath (12.06.1980 – 11 February 1984)
Prasanna Kumar Dash (22 February 1984 – 14 February 1985)
9 Ninth Assembly 9 March 1985 3 March 1990 Prasanna Kumar Dash (14 February 1985 – 9 March 1990)
10 Tenth Assembly 3 March 1990 15 March 1995 Yudhistir Das (09.03.1990 – 22 March 1995)
11 Eleventh Assembly 15 March 1995 29 February 2000 Kishore Chandra Patel (22 March 1995 – 14 January 1996)
Chintamani Dyan Samantra (16 February 1996 – 10 March 2000)
12 Twelfth Assembly 29 February 2000 6 February 2004 Sarat Kumar Kar (10.03.2000 - 21 May 2004)
13 Thirteenth Assembly 15 May 2004 19 May 2009 Maheshwar Mohanty (21 May 2004 – 31 March 2008)
Kishore Kumar Mohanty (19 August 2008 – 25 May 2009)
14 Fourteenth Assembly 19 May 2009 24 May 2014 Pradip Kumar Amat (25.05.2009-24.05.2014)
15 Fifteenth Assembly 25 May 2014 29 May 2019 Niranjan Pujari (24.05.2014-06.05.2017)
Pradip Kumar Amat (16.05.2017-31.05.2019)
16 Sixteenth Assembly 30 May 2019 Incumbent Surjya Narayan Patro (01.06.2019-Incumbent)

Leaders of OppositionEdit

I.N.* Name Party Term start Term end
1 Shradhakara Supakar Ganatantra Parisad 16 February 1952 4 March 1957
2 Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo Ganatantra Parisad 1 April 1957 22 May 1959
(2) Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo Ganatantra Parishad/ Swatantra Party 21 June 1961 1 March 1967
3 Sadashiva Tripathy Indian National Congress 18 March 1967 14 September 1970
4 Gangadhra Mohapatra Utkal Congress 15 September 1970 23 January 1971
5 Binayak Acharya Congress(R) 4 May 1971 14 June 1972
(2) Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo Swatantra Party 14 June 1972 9 February 1973
6 Biju Patnaik Pragati Legislature Party (PLP) 9 February 1973 3 March 1973
(6) Biju Patnaik PLP/ Bharatiya Lok Dal 19 March 1974 24 March 1977
7 Ram Prasad Mishra Janata Party 31 March 1977 30 April 1977
8 Chintamani Panigrahi Indian National Congress 29 June 1977 20 February 1978
9 Brundaban Nayak Indian National Congress 20 February 1978 3 September 1979
10 Prahalad Mallick Janata Party 3 September 1979 13 February 1980
11 Ananta Narayan Singh Deo Janata Party 13 February 1980 17 February 1980
12 Sarat Kumar Dev United Front 2 April 1984 10 March 1985
(6) Biju Patnaik Janata Dal 22 March 1985 3 March 1990
(6) Biju Patnaik Janata Dal 23 March 1995 20 May 1996
13 Ashok Kumar Das Janata Dal 22 May 1996 17 December 1997
14 Rama Krishna Patnaik Biju Janata Dal 22 February 1998 16 November 1998
15 Prafulla Samal Biju Janata Dal 16 November 1998 1 December 1998
16 Satchidananda Dalal Biju Janata Dal 11 December 1998 29 February 2000
17 Ramakanta Mishra Indian National Congress 21 March 2000 6 February 2004
18 Janaki Ballabh Pattanaik Indian National Congress 4 June 2004 24 January 2009
19 Rama Chandra Ulaka Indian National Congress 24 January 2009 19 May 2009
20 Bhupinder Singh Indian National Congress 27 May 2009 7 March 2014
21 Surendra Singh Bhoi (interim) Indian National Congress 8 March 2014 16 May 2014
22 Narasingha Mishra Indian National Congress 11 June 2014 29 May 2019
23 Pradipta Kumar Naik Bharatiya Janata Party 25 June 2019 Incumbent

Current AssemblyEdit

Party Members
Biju Janata Dal 113
Bharatiya Janata Party 23
Indian National Congress 9
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 1
Independent 1

ConstituenciesEdit

S.No Constituency Elected MLA Party Remarks
1 Padampur Bijay Ranjan Singh Bariha Biju Janata Dal
2 Bijepur Rita Sahu Biju Janata Dal
3 Bargarh Debesh Acharya Biju Janata Dal
4 Attabira Snehangini Chhuria Biju Janata Dal
5 Bhatli Susanta Singh Biju Janata Dal
6 Brajarajnagar Kishore Kumar Mohanty Biju Janata Dal
7 Jharsuguda Naba Kisore Das Biju Janata Dal
8 Talsara Bhabani Shankar Bhoi Bharatiya Janata Party
9 Sundargarh Kusum Tete Bharatiya Janata Party
10 Biramitrapur Shankar Oram Bharatiya Janata Party
11 Raghunathpali Subrat Tarai Biju Janata Dal
12 Rourkela Sarada Prasad Nayak Biju Janata Dal
13 Rajgangpur C. S. Raazen Ekka Indian National Congress
14 Bonai Laxman Munda Communist Party of India (Marxist)
15 Kuchinda Kishore Chandra Naik Biju Janata Dal
16 Rengali Nauri Nayak Bharatiya Janata Party
17 Sambalpur Jaya Narayan Mishra Bharatiya Janata Party
18 Rairakhol Rohit Pujari Biju Janata Dal
19 Deogarh Subash Chandra Panigrahi Bharatiya Janata Party
20 Telkoi Premananda Nayak Biju Janata Dal
21 Ghasipura Badri Narayan Patra Biju Janata Dal
22 Anandpur Bhagirathi Sethy Biju Janata Dal
23 Patna Jagannath Naik Biju Janata Dal
24 Keonjhar Mohan Charan Majhi Bharatiya Janata Party
25 Champua Minakshi Mahanta Biju Janata Dal
26 Jashipur| Ganeshram Khuntia Bharatiya Janata Party
27 Saraskana Dr. Budhan Murmu Bharatiya Janata Party
28 Rairangpur Naba Charan Majhi Bharatiya Janata Party
29 Bangriposi Sudam Marndi Biju Janata Dal
30 Karanjia Basanti Hembram Biju Janata Dal
31 Udala Bhaskar Madhei Bharatiya Janata Party
32 Badasahi Sanatan Bijuli Bharatiya Janata Party
33 Baripada Prakash Soren Bharatiya Janata Party
34 Morada Rajkishore Das Biju Janata Dal
35 Jaleswar Ashwini Kumar Patra Biju Janata Dal
36 Bhograi Ananta Das Biju Janata Dal
37 Basta Nityananda Sahoo Biju Janata Dal
38 Balasore Madanmohan Dutta Bharatiya Janata Party
39 Remuna Sudhansu Sekhar Parida Biju Janata Dal
40 Nilagiri Sukanta Nayak Bharatiya Janata Party
41 Soro Parshu Ram Dhada Biju Janata Dal
42 Simulia Jyoti Prakash Panigrahi Biju Janata Dal
43 Bhandaripokhari Prafulla Samal Biju Janata Dal
44 Bhadrak Sanjib Mallick Biju Janata Dal
45 Basudevpur Bishnubrata Routray Biju Janata Dal
46 Dhamnagar Bishnu Charan Sethi Bharatiya Janata Party
47 Chandabali Byomakesh Ray Biju Janata Dal
48 Binjharpur Pramila Mallik Biju Janata Dal
49 Bari Sunanda Das Biju Janata Dal
50 Barchana Amar Prasad Satpathy Biju Janata Dal
51 Dharmasala Pranab Kumar Balabantaray Biju Janata Dal
52 Jajpur Pranab Prakash Das Biju Janata Dal
53 Korei Ashok Kumar Bal Biju Janata Dal
54 Sukinda Pritiranjan Gharai Biju Janata Dal
55 Dhenkanal Sudhir Kumar Samal Biju Janata Dal
56 Hindol Simarani Nayak Biju Janata Dal
57 Kamakhyanagar Prafulla Kumar Mallik Biju Janata Dal
58 Parjanga Nrusingha Charan Sahu Biju Janata Dal
59 Pallahara Mukesh Kumar Pal Biju Janata Dal
60 Talcher Brajakishore Pradhan Biju Janata Dal
61 Angul Rajanikant Singh Biju Janata Dal
62 Chhendipada Susanta Kumar Behera Biju Janata Dal
63 Athmallik Ramesh Chandra Sai Biju Janata Dal
64 Birmaharajpur Padmanabha Behera Biju Janata Dal
65 Sonepur Niranjan Pujari Biju Janata Dal
66 Loisingha Mukesh Mahaling Bharatiya Janata Party
67 Patnagarh Saroj Meher Biju Janata Dal
68 Bolangir Narasingha Mishra Indian National Congress
69 Titilagarh Tukuni Sahu Biju Janata Dal
70 Kantabanji Santosh Singh Saluja [Indian National Congress

]

71 Nuapada Rajendra Dholakia Biju Janata Dal
72 Khariar Adhiraj Mohan Panigrahi Indian National Congress
73 Umarkote Nityananda Gond Bharatiya Janata Party
74 Jharigam Prakash Chandra Majhi Biju Janata Dal
75 Nabarangpur Sadasiva Pradhani Biju Janata Dal
76 Dabugam Manohar Randhari Biju Janata Dal
77 Lanjigarh Pradip Kumar Dishari Biju Janata Dal
78 Junagarh Dibya Shankar Mishra Biju Janata Dal
79 Dharmagarh Mousadhi Bag Biju Janata Dal
80 Bhawanipatna Pradipta Kumar Naik Bharatiya Janata Party
81 Narla Bhupinder Singh Biju Janata Dal
82 Baliguda Chakramani Kanhar Biju Janata Dal
83 G. Udayagiri Saluga Pradhan Biju Janata Dal
84 Phulbani Angada Kanhar Biju Janata Dal
85 Kantamal Mahidhar Rana Biju Janata Dal
86 Boudh Pradip Kumar Amat Biju Janata Dal
87 Baramba Debiprasad Mishra Biju Janata Dal
88 Banki Devi Ranjan Tripathy Biju Janata Dal
89 Athgarh Ranendra Pratap Swain Biju Janata Dal
90 Barabati-Cuttack Mohammed Moquim Indian National Congress
91 Choudwar-Cuttack Souvic Biswal Biju Janata Dal
92 Niali Dr. Pramod Kumar Mallick Biju Janata Dal
93 Cuttack Sadar Chandra Sarathi Behera Biju Janata Dal
94 Salipur Prasanta Behera Biju Janata Dal
95 Mahanga Pratap Jena Biju Janata Dal
96 Patkura Sabitri Agarwalla Biju Janata Dal
97 Kendrapara Shashi Bhusan Behera Biju Janata Dal
98 Aul Pratap Keshari Deb Biju Janata Dal
99 Rajanagar Dhruba Charan Sahoo Biju Janata Dal
100 Mahakalapada Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak Biju Janata Dal
101 Paradeep Sambit Routray Biju Janata Dal
102 Tirtol Bishnu Charan Das Biju Janata Dal
103 Balikuda-Erasama Raghunandan Das Biju Janata Dal
104 Jagatsinghpur Prasanta Kumar Muduli Biju Janata Dal
105 Kakatpur Tusarakanti Behera Biju Janata Dal
106 Nimapara Samir Ranjan Dash Biju Janata Dal
107 Puri Jayanta Kumar Sarangi Bharatiya Janata Party
108 Brahmagiri Lalitendu Bidyadhar Mohapatra Bharatiya Janata Party
109 Satyabadi Umakanta Samantaray Biju Janata Dal
110 Pipili Pradeep Maharathy Biju Janata Dal
111 Jayadev Arabinda Dhali Biju Janata Dal
112 Bhubaneswar Central Ananta Narayan Jena Biju Janata Dal
113 Bhubaneswar North Susant Kumar Rout Biju Janata Dal
114 Ekamra Bhubaneswar Ashok Chandra Panda Biju Janata Dal
115 Jatani Suresh Kumar Rautray Indian National Congress
116 Begunia Rajendra Kumar Sahoo Biju Janata Dal
117 Khurda Jyotirindra Nath Mitra Biju Janata Dal
118 Chilika Prasanta Kumar Jagadev Biju Janata Dal
119 Ranpur Satyanarayan Pradhan Biju Janata Dal
120 Khandapada Soumya Ranjan Patnaik Biju Janata Dal
121 Daspalla Ramesh Chandra Behera Biju Janata Dal
122 Nayagarh Aruna Kumar Sahoo Biju Janata Dal
123 Bhanjanagar Bikram Keshari Arukha Biju Janata Dal
124 Polasara Srikanta Sahu Biju Janata Dal
125 Kabisuryanagar Latika Pradhan Biju Janata Dal
126 Khalikote Suryamani Baidya Biju Janata Dal
127 Chhatrapur Subash Chandra Behera Biju Janata Dal
128 Aska Manjula Swain Biju Janata Dal
129 Surada Purna Chandra Swain Biju Janata Dal
130 Sanakhemundi Ramesh Chandra Jena Indian National Congress
131 Hinjili Naveen Patnaik Biju Janata Dal
132 Gopalpur Dr. Pradeep Kumar Panigrahy Biju Janata Dal
133 Berhampur Bikram Kumar Panda Biju Janata Dal
134 Digapahandi Surya Narayan Patra Biju Janata Dal
135 Chikiti Usha Devi Biju Janata Dal
136 Mohana Dasarathi Gomango Indian National Congress
137 Parlakhemundi K. Narayan Rao Biju Janata Dal
138 Gunupur Raghunath Gomango Biju Janata Dal
139 Bissam Cuttack Jagannath Saraka Biju Janata Dal
140 Rayagada Makaranda Muduli Independent
141 Lakshmipur Padmini Dian Biju Janata Dal
142 Kotpad Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak Biju Janata Dal
143 Jeypore Tara Prasad Bahinipati Indian National Congress
144 Koraput Raghu Ram Padal Biju Janata Dal
145 Pottangi Rama Chandra Kadam Indian National Congress
146 Malkangiri Aditya Madhi Bharatiya Janata Party
147 Chitrakonda Purna Chandra Baka Biju Janata Dal

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Orissa Legislative Assembly". legislativebodiesinindia.nic.in. 2005. Retrieved 29 December 2012. The strength of Assembly was later increased to 147 with effect from the Sixth Legislative Assembly (1974).
  2. ^ "Odisha Secretariat renamed Lok Seva Bhavan". The Hindu. 30 July 2019. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  3. ^ http://ws.ori.nic.in/ola/hand4.htm
  4. ^ "List of all speakers of Orissa Assembly till date". orissa.oriyaonline.com. Retrieved 29 December 2012. Speakers of Orissa Assembly from 1937-2009

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