Odisha Congress Legislator Chiranjib Biswal launches website.

Report by Kahnu Nanda; Jagatsinghpur : The Congress legislator Chiranjib Biswal has gone transparent, he has also created a platform to ensure quick redressal of the problems in his Jagatsinghpur assembly constituency, and the citizens can get access to him by his personal website, he launched in a function held in Sarada Mandap here.
The website www.chiranjibiswalinc.in that he has created provides all information’s about his MLA funds and its utilization during his legislator tenure started from 2014, while the website makes public interaction with the MLA so much easier while guaranteeing transparency and direct contact, MLA Biswal said during launching ceremony.
When it comes to governance, ensuring transparency, accessibility and speedy redressal of grievances have been the main objectives of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, I strongly believe that digital and mobile technology can greatly help us,, the website is going to capture the imagination of the public and change the way they interact with their elected representatives, Biswal claimed.
The website gives every detail about the MLA Biswal and ways to get in touch with him to complain about civic issues or any difficulty faced by them with regard to his assembly constituency.
MLA Biswal move has already become first in kind in Jagatsinghpur district a hit with many people living in the constituency using the website to reach him, he has been elected as the Jagatsinghpur on Congress ticket after defeating BJD stalwart Bishnu Das in the year 2014. People in his erstwhile constituency Tirtol fondly remember him as an accessible politician.
Congress supporters who live in Jagatsinghpur constituency say that people have been hoping an educated as an MLA and they were happy with Biswal during his MLA tenure. We want to reelect Biswal to Odisha assembly second time, so they appealed Party followers to united for the forthcoming assembly polls.
The launching ceremony was attended by senior party leaders as DCC president Natabar Barik, former municipality chairman Biplab Choudhury, R N Mohanty, Raj Kishor Behera, Nityananda Panda and many others.