In a meeting of the Members of the Odisha
Legislative Assembly held on the 23rd December 1974, the Odisha Group of Indian
Parliamentary Association was formed and a set of rules for the Group was adopted.
As provided in the Rules of the Group,
the Odisha Group also functions as the Odisha Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association with its Headquarters at Westminster, London. The sitting Members as
well as the Ex-Members of the Odisha Legislative Assembly can enroll as Members
of the Group by paying the prescribed subscription.
In the General Body meeting of the Group
held on the 26th December 2002, a Committee comprising of the following Members
was constituted to amend the Rules of the Odisha Group.
1. Shri Rama Chandra Panda, Deputy Speaker Chairman
2. Shri Prasad Harichandan, M.L.A.
3. Shri Maheswar Mohanty, M.L.A.
4. Shri Raghunath Pattnaik, Ex-M.L.A.
5. Shri A.N.Singh Deo, Ex-M.L.A.
The Committee examined the Rules and
presented its Report in the General Body Meeting of the Odisha Group held on the
21st March, 2003. The Report was unanimously adopted in the meeting.
Under the new Rules, the Odisha Group
is termed as the Odisha Chapter of the Indian Parliamentary Group.
Under S.4, the Leader of the House, Leader
of the Opposition and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs are the ex-officio Patrons
of the Odisha Chapter. Under S.21, the Speaker shall be ex-officio President and
the Deputy speaker shall be ex-officio Vice-President(1) of the Chapter. The General
Council of the Chapter shall elect 2 nos. of Vice- Presidents, one Treasures and
7 nos. of Executive Members. The term of the Executive Committee shall be 3 years
and shall meet atleast twice in a year. The Executive Committee may nominate any
Parliamentarian or Ex-parliamentarian or Distinguished Dignitary as Patron Members.
Secretary, Odisha Legislative Assembly shall be ex-officio Secretary of the Odisha
Title and commencement
1.(1) There shall be an Organisation of Members and ex-Members of the Odisha Legislative
Assembly, namely, the Odisha Chapter of the Indian Parliamentary Group.
(2) These statutes shall be called the Statutes of the Odisha Chapter
of the Indian Parliamentary Group.
(3) They shall come into force and commence from date of adoption in
the General Council of the Odisha Chapter of the Indian Parliamentary Group.
2.(1) In these Statutes, unless the context otherwise requires;
(a) `Annual Subscription’ means subscription
for one calendar year;
`Association’ means, the Commonwealth Parliamentary
`Branch’ means the Branch of the Commonwealth
`Calendar Year’ means the period from 1st January
to 31st December inclusive;
`Chapter’ means the Odisha Chapter of the Indian
‘Clause’ means a clause of the Statutes in
which expression occurs;
‘Delegate’ means a Member of the Chapter duly
nominated and for the purpose of any Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Conference,
other event he or she should necessarily be a sitting Members of the Odisha Legislative
‘Effective Strength’ means the total number
of valid Membership maintained in the Membership roll.
`Grants’ means the grants received from the
State Government as grants-in-aid or from any other appropriate source;
`Group’ means the Indian Parliamentary Group;
`Information and Reference Centre’ means the
Research Branch of the Odisha Legislative Assembly
‘Legislative staff’ means the staff of the
Odisha Legislative Assembly;
‘Official’ means the non-member office-bearers
of the chapter.
`Revolving fund’ means the revolving fund created
under these Statutes.
`Secretary’ means the Secretary of the Odisha
‘Staff of the Odisha Chapter’ means any person
or employee appointed or engaged or to be appointed or engaged permanently or temporarily
as staff of the Chapter and
`State Government’ means the State Government
(2) Any doubt arising out of interpretation of these statutes shall
be referred to the General Council of the Chapter for final decision
Aims and Objects
3.(1)The aims of the Odisha Chapter are to promote knowledge and understanding of
the constitutional, legislative, economic, social and cultural aspects of the parliamentary
democratic framework and to study workings of the Legislative Bodies, Parliaments
and Governments . It shall undertake this mission with particular reference to the
countries of the commonwealth nations and States of Indian Union.
(2) Without restricting the generality of sub-clause (I), the Odisha
Chapter shall pursue its aims :
by promoting personal contact between Members
of Legislatures, Parliaments;
by encouraging and developing the exchange
of knowledge, skill and information between Members and between the branches of
the C.P.A. and between the constituent branches of the Indian Parliamentary Group
by putting forward issues of public importance
that are likely to come up before the Legislature through study, deliberation and
by organising programmes of parliamentary conferences
and other conferences, seminars and symposiums, workshops, orientation and training
events on parliamentary practice , procedure and legislative business ;
by providing professional development opportunities
and information to the legislators and legislative staff ;
by organizing an Annual Conference every year
of the chapter as far as practicable;
by arranging lectures on political, economic,
social and educational issues by Members of Legislature, Parliament and distinguished
by arranging inter-Legislature ( in India)
and inter-Parliamentary (outside India) visits;
by publishing materials relevant to the aims
and activities of the Chapter, which shall include publication of periodicals, papers
monograph etc. devoted to constitutional and parliamentary affairs ;
by maintaining an Information and Reference
Centre for the dissemination, reference and exchange of information on parliamentary
by functioning as the Odisha Chapter of the
Indian Parliamentary Group in conformity with aims and objects of the Group ;
by functioning as a constituent branch of the
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association in their Asia Region, in conformity with
aims and objects thereof;
by sponsoring delegates and officials to participate
in the Plenary Conference of the Association as per the provisions of the Commonwealth
Parliamentary Association Constitution; and
by sending delegates or delegation of Members
to participate in inter-Legislative and inter-Parliamentary conferences and events.
4.(1) The Members of the Odisha Legislative Assembly are entitled to become Members
of the Odisha Chapter on payment of prescribed subscription.
(2) The Membership of the Odisha Chapter may also be extended to Ex-Members
of the Odisha Legislative Assembly.
(3) Every Member who joins the Odisha Chapter shall be taken to have
given his/ her assent to the aims and objects of the Odisha Chapter.
(4) There shall be two categories of Membership, such as, Life Membership
and Annual Membership.
(5) The Leader of the House, the Leader of the Opposition and the Minister
of Parliamentary Affairs shall be ex-officio Patrons of the Chapter.
(6) The Executive Committee may nominate any Parliamentarian or Ex-Parliamentarian
or distinguished dignitary as a Patron Member under special category of Membership.
(7) Any Life Member who ceases to be a Member of the Odisha Legislative
Assembly on termination of his Membership thereof, however, shall continue to be
a Member of the Odisha Chapter as such .
5.(1) Any Member or Ex-Member of the Odisha Legislative Assembly who is desirous
of joining the Odisha Chapter shall send an application together with the life subscription
or annual subscription to the Secretary of the Odisha Chapter.
(2) Every Member or Ex-Member of the Odisha Legislative Assembly who
is desirous of joining the Odisha Chapter shall pay a life subscription of Rs.250
for life membership or an annual subscription of Rs.50/- for annual membership .
(3) The subscription for membership shall be such amount as the Executive
Committee determines from time to time.
6. A Member who desires to resign from his/her membership shall intimate, in writing
under his hand addressed to the President, his intention to resign. The President
may accept the resignation forthwith.
7. Every annual membership shall terminate on the 31st day of December of that year.
8. Any ordinary Member who fails to attend two consecutive annual General Council
Meetings without prior intimation to the President of his/her inability to attend
such meeting, shall automatically cease to be a Member of the Odisha Chapter upon
adoption of a resolution to that effect.
9.(1) All the Members of the Chapter are the members of the General Council.
(2)The General Council shall have ultimate authority to determine the
policy and manage the affairs of the Chapter.
Meetings of the General Council
10.(1) The Annual General Council Meeting shall ordinarily be held on such date
and time as the Executive Committee may fix, referable during the month of December.
(2) The President may direct to convene the Special General Council
Meeting from time to time as may be necessary considering exigencies or having regard
to the business to be brought forward.
(3) On requisition in writing by not less 10 members of
the Odisha Chapter, the President shall direct to convene the special General Council
(4) The Secretary shall give 30 days’ written notice of the time,
place and agenda to all the Members for the Annual General Council Meeting and 15
days’ written notice in case of Special General Council Meeting.
(5) In the event of occurrence of a general election or a mid-term
election to the Assembly or other extraordinary event affecting the work of the
Assembly, the Executive Committee shall have the power to postpone the Annual General
Council Meeting and Annual Conference to such date as they, in their discretion,
11.(1) The agenda of an Annual General Council Meeting shall include (a) minutes
of the previous meeting, (b) report by the Executive Committee on the activities
of the Odisha Chapter since the last General Council Meeting, (c) the presentation
of the audited accounts of the Odisha Chapter for the financial year or years since
the last presentation of the audited accounts of the Odisha Chapter by the Executive
Committee for the approval of the General Council (d) Presentation of the budget
of the Chapter for next calendar year by the Executive Committee for approval of
the General Council, (e) subject to provisions of the Clause 14, the election of
members and office bearers of the Executive Committee, (f) appointment of an Auditor,
(g) other matters as required to be constituted or determined by the General Council,
(h) any other matter of urgent importance as determined by the President.
(2) The Special General Council Meeting may follow such order
of Agenda as detailed in sub-Clause (1) or include any other matter as may be considered
12.The quorum of the meeting of the General Council shall be one tenth of the effective
strength of the Members’ roll. If the meeting remains inquorate for more than 30
minutes after the time appointed for the meeting, it shall stand adjourned to such
place, date and time as the majority of the Members then present determine.
13.The President shall preside over all the General Council Meetings. In absence
of the President, any office bearer in the following order of precedence shall preside
over a General Council Meeting.
The Vice President (I)
The Vice President (II)
The Vice President (III)
Any Member elected in the meeting
14.(1) The General Council shall elect two Vice-Presidents and the Treasurer and
Seven Executive Members to the Executive Committee of the Chapter by mode of the
prescribed voting procedure.
(2) To be qualified for election to any office of the Executive
Committee a person shall be necessarily a life member only.
15.(1) Each Member present in the meeting shall be entitled to vote. The Presiding
Officer shall have a casting vote in the election of the Executive Member, Office
bearers of the Odisha Chapter, in the event of an equality of votes.
(2) The voting procedure shall be as follows:
(a) A question shall be decided
in a consensus manner to be proposed by a member(s) and seconded by a member (s).
(b) In the event of the failure
to have a consensual resolution, a vote shall be taken by show of hands and
(c) If prior to a vote is taken
by show of hands, majority of Members present demand it, a vote shall be taken by
16.The control and management of the activities and business of the Odisha
Chapter shall be vested in the Executive Committee. The Committee consists of patron(s)
and 12 Members comprising the President, 3 Vice-Presidents, the Treasurer and 7
elected Executive Members.
17.(1) The term of the Executive Committee shall be 3 years from the conclusion
of the Annual General Council Meeting at which Elections to the Executive Committee
takes place and thence until the conclusion of the Annual General Council Meeting
in the 3rd succeeding year.
18.(1) The Executive Committee shall meet at least twice during a year. Except in
exceptional circumstances the Secretary shall give 7 days written notice of the
date, time, place and agenda of such ordinary meeting of the Executive Committee.
(2). The Executive Committee may, when it is
impractical to call a Meeting, transact urgent business by a resolution circulated
to all Members and approved in writing by 2/3rd of the Members. Such resolution
shall be deemed to have been passed at the Meeting of the Executive Committee.
(3). The President may direct to convene an
extraordinary meeting of the Executive Committee to consider any matter which in
his or her opinion is of urgent importance.
19.The quorum for the Meeting of the Executive Committee shall be five.
Powers & Duties
20.(1) The Executive Committee shall be competent to exercise all powers and do
such acts as may be exercised and done by the Odisha Chapter except those which
are expressly reserved for the General Council.
(2). The Executive Committee shall:
(a) manage and control the
assets of the Odisha Chapter.
(b) present an Annual Activities
Report every year to the General Council.
(c) present the Budget of
the Odisha Chapter for the next calendar year to the General Council.
(d) present the audited accounts
of the Odisha Chapter for the calendar year or years since the last audited accounts
was presented to the General Council.
appoint Sub-committee for specific purpose.
consider any other matter relating to the management
or administration of the Chapter and
perform all such functions in pursuance of the aims and
objects as enunciated in the Clause 3.
21.(1) The Office bearers of the Odisha Chapter shall be the President, the Vice-President-I,
the Vice-President-II, the Vice-President-III, the Treasurer and seven Executive
(2) President :
The Speaker of the Odisha Legislative Assembly shall be ex-officio President of
the Odisha Chapter.
The President shall:
(a) preside over all meetings of
the Executive Committee and General Council;
(b) provide policy guidance to
the Executive Committee and the Secretary;
(c) exercise administrative authority
and control over the day to day working of the Odisha Chapter;
(d) perform all such functions
from time to time as deemed necessary and
(e) perform all such functions
as delegated by the General Council or the Executive Committee.
(3). Vice-President :
The Deputy Speaker of the Odisha Legislative Assembly shall be ex-officio Vice-President(I)
of the Odisha Chapter.
The Vice-President shall perform the function of the President
in the absence of the President or when there is a casual vacancy in the Office
of the President. In the latter event, the Vice-President (I) shall perform the
function of the President until the new President takes over. The order of Precedence
for the functioning of the office of the Vice-President is as follows:
(i) Vice-President (I)
(ii) Vice-President (II)
(iii) Vice-President (III)
(4). Treasurer :
(a) The Treasurer shall keep true and correct accounts of receipts and disbursements
of the Chapter and get the same audited.
(b) The Revolving fund shall
be jointly operated by the Treasurer and the Secretary of the Chapter.
(5) Secretary :
The Secretary of the Odisha Legislative Assembly shall be ex-officio Secretary of
the Odisha Chapter. Subject to the direction of the General Council and/ or the
Executive Committee and/ or the President, the Secretary shall:
(a) act as the Secretary to all
meetings of the Executive Committee and the General Council;
(b) keep all record of all Meetings
of the Executive Committee and the General Council;
(c) keep in custody all records
of the Odisha Chapter;
(d) jointly with the Treasurer,
keep true and correct accounts of the receipts and disbursements of the Odisha Chapter
and get the same audited.
(e) submit the draft of the annual
report before the Executive Committee;
(f) convene the meetings as directed
by the President;
(g) administer the affairs and
manage the staff of the Odisha Chapter;
(h) carry out such other duties
as are assigned by the General Council, Executive Committee and the President.
(6) Executive Secretary :
The Research officer of the Odisha Legislative Assembly shall be ex-officio
Executive Secretary of the Odisha Chapter. Reporting and responsible to the Secretary
shall be the Executive Secretary who shall be charged with assisting the Secretary
in discharge of duties assigned to him/her.
22.(1) The Odisha Chapter shall have its own fund called the "Revolving Fund".
(2). All receipts of the Odisha Chapter shall be credited
to the Revolving Fund and all payments shall be made therefrom.
(3). All grants received or to be received from the State
Government or any other appropriate sources shall be taken as receipts of the Odisha
(4) All subscriptions received or to be received from the
Members from time to time shall be taken as receipts of the Odisha Chapter.
(5). The Savings Bank Account already operated in the name
of the erstwhile Association (the Chapter) in the United Bank of India, functioning
in the Odisha Legislative Assembly premises, shall be deemed to have been opened
for the purpose of Revolving fund of the chapter.
(6) On and with effect from the date of commencement of
these Statutes, the membership subscriptions received and deposited in the Bank
and the interest accruing thereon shall constitute the nucleus of the Revolving
fund to be supplemented by the grants received by the Chapter from the State Government
or other institutions etc.
(7). The grants shall always be received towards contribution
to the Revolving fund and shall be credited into the Revolving fund Account.
(8). Utilisation Certificates for the grants released by
the State Government or any other source shall be submitted, whereever so required,
to concerned authorities by the Secretary and the Treasurer from time to time.
(9) The Revolving Fund shall be utilised for the following
to arrange lectures on political,
economic, social and educational issues;
to organise seminars on Parliamentary
practice and procedure;
to arrange visits for attending
parliamentary conferences in and outside India and other conferences;
to arrange meetings of the
General Council and the Executive Committee from time to time;
to arrange conveyances for
attending the seminars/conferences etc.;
to bring out publications
of the Parliamentary Journals/ Periodicals/ Papers/ Monographs etc.;
to provide expenditure relating
to the officers/staff of the Chapter ;
to provide financial assistance
to ailing and indigent members of the Odisha Chapter;
to provide hospitality to
visiting members of other Branches of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
and the Indian Parliamentary Group.;
to provide fees, charges,
subscriptions etc. as required from time to time.;
to organise Youth Parliaments.;
to acquire assets.;
to construct accommodation
to meet incidental expenses;
to meet any urgent or contingent
expenditure or service as decided by the President and
to perform all such functions
in pursuance of the aims and objects of the Odisha Chapter.
Courtesies to be extended to the visiting members
23. Visiting members from other Branch shall normally be accorded Parliamentary
courtesies, especially access to the debates and proceedings of the Odisha Legislative
Assembly and the Members.
24. The Odisha Chapter shall organise the Youth Parliaments recognising the value
of these events for enhancement of democratic practices and for professional development
with the assistance from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.
Information and Reference Center
25. There shall be a Parliamentary Information and Reference Centre which shall
function in the premises of the Odisha Legislative Assembly to process inquiries
on political, parliamentary and constitutional matters for the Members, Legislative
Officials, the media and the academics. The Centre shall have following purpose:
(1). to maintain a comprehensive collection of materials
on parliamentary and legislative processes which can be accessible to all engaged
in parliamentary studies ;
(2). to provide full and fast information service for Members
for their professional developments;
(3). to produce and publish monographs, bibliographies
news letters etc. for those working or studying in the field and
(4). to encourage and develop the exchange of knowledge,
skill and information between Members and between the constituent Branches of the
Association and Branches of the Group.
26. Any amendment to these Statutes shall be proposed at the Annual General Council
Meeting of the Odisha Chapter. Notice of the proposed amendments shall be given
in writing to the President 7 days before the date of meeting. A validly proposed
amendment shall be adopted if it is supported by the votes of 2/3rd of the Members
present in the meeting of the Council.
27. From the date at which these Statutes come into effect, the previous rules are
revoked without affecting actions taken under them.
1. Shri Naveen Patnaik, Leader of the House.
2. Leader of the Opposition.
3. Shri Raghunath Mohanty, Minister, Parliamentary Affairs.
Shri Pradip Kumar Amat, Speaker
1. Deputy Speaker
2. Shri Bibhuti Bhusan Singh Mardaraj, Ex-Deputy Speaker
3. Shri Arun Dey, Ex-M.L.A
Shri Prasad Harichandan, M.L.A.
1. Shri Naveen Patnaik, Leader of the House
2. Leader of the Opposition
3. Shri Raghunath Mohanty, Minister, Parliamentary Affairs.
4. Shri Pradip Kumar Amat, Speaker
5. Deputy Speaker
6. Shri Bibhuti Bhusan Singh Mardaraj, Ex-Deputy Speaker,
7. Shri Arun Dey, Ex-M.L.A
8. Shri Prasad Harichandan, M.L.A
9. Shri Umesh Swain, Ex-M.L.A
10. Shri Prafulla Samal, M.L.A
11. Smt. Saraswati Hembram, Ex-M.L.A
12. Shri Santosh Singh Saluja, M.L.A
13. Shri Bibhudhendra Pratap Das, Ex-M.L.A
14. Shri Lalatendu Mohapatra, Ex-MLA
15. Shri Chhatish Chandra Dhal, Ex-MLA
Shri Kishore Chandra Barik, I.A.S., Secretary, Odisha Legislative
LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE INDIAN PARLIAMENTARY GROUP
(Odisha CHAPTER) MLAs
1. Shri Badri Narayan Patra
2. Dr. Nrushingha Sahu
3. Smt. Pramila Mallik
4. Shri Bijayshree Routray
5. Shri Bishnu Charan Das
6. Shri Parsuram Panigrahi
7. Smt. Usha Devi
8. Shri Bhagaban Kanhar
9. Shri Bijaya Ranjan Singh Bariha
10. Shri Pradeep Maharathy
11. Shri Bedprakash Agarwala
12. Shri Kalindi Behera
13. Shri Ananga Udaya Singh Deo
14. Shri Prasanna Acharya
15. Shri Prasad Harichandan
16. Shri Prafulla Samal
17. Shri Maheswar Mohanty
18. Shri Kanak Vardhan Singh Deo
19. Shri Pravat Tripathy
20. Shri Amar Prasad Satpathy
21. Shri Surjya Narayana Patro
22. Shri Santosh Singh Saluja
23. Shri Dambarudhar Ulaka
24. Shri George Tirkey
25. Smt.Mamata Madhi
26. Shri Prasanta Nanda
27. Shri Naveen Patnaik
28. Shri Pradip Kumar Amat
29. Shri Debasis Nayak
30. Shri Lalbihari Himirika
31. Shri Sanjeeb Kumar Sahoo
32. Smt. V. Sugnana Kumari Deo
33. Shri Padmanabha Behera
34. Shri Kalpataru Das
35. Shri Bikram Keshari Arukha
36. Shri Pravat Ranjan Biswal
37. Shri Pratap Chandra Sarangi
38. Shri Arun Kumar Sahoo
39. Shri Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak
40. Shri Rajani Kant Singh
41. Dr. Prafulla Majhi
42. Shri Prafulla Chandra Ghadai
43. Shri Raghunath Mohanty
44. Shri Subrat Tarai
45. Shri Jitu Patnaik
46. Shri Ashok Chandra Panda
47. Shri Naba Kishore Das
48. Dr. Sipra Mallick
49. Shri Priti Ranjan Ghadai
50. Shri Sanjeeb Kumar Pradhan
51. Shri Chandra Sarathi Behera
52. Shri Pranab Prakash Das
53. Shri Sameer Ranjan Das
54. Shri Pradeep Kumar Panigrahi
55. Shri Debasis Samantray
56. Shri Pratap Jena
57. Shri Pratap Keshari Deb
58. Shri Rabinarayan Nanda
59. Shri Rajendra Kumar Das
60. Shri Prabin Kumar Bhanjadeb
61. Shri Rabinarayan Pani
62. Shri Bhagirathi Badajena
63. Shri Bijay Kumar Mohanty
64. Shri Rabi Mallick
65. Shri Sanjay Kumar Das Burma
LIST OF MEMBERS OF
THE INDIAN PARLIAMENTARY GROUP
ODISHA CHAPTER (EX-MLA)
1. Smt. Sushree Devi
2. Shri Umesh Swain
3. Shri Brundaban Behera
4. Shri Arun Dey
5. Shri Sarat Chandra Paikray
6. Shri Guru Charan Tikayat
7. Shri Kanhu Soren
8. Shri Rajendra Singh
9. Shri Haladhar Karji
10. Shri Braja Kishore Tripathy
11. Shri Mangal Singh Mudi
12. Shri Dillip Kumar Ray
13. Shri Panchanan Mishra
14. Shri Ghanashyam Sahoo
15. Shri Satchidananda Dalal
16. Shri Bibekananda Meher
17. Shri Birabhadra Singh
18. Shri Durga Shankar Patnaik
19. Shri Ranjit Bhitria
20. Shri Sarat Chandra Mishra
21. Shri Rabi Dehury
22. Shri Chandra Madhab Mishra
23. Shri Tathagata Satpathy
24. Shri Ajaya Kumar Jena
25. Shri Raghunath Pattnaik
26. Shri Kanhu Charan Naik
27. Shri Ulaka Rama Chandra
28. Shri Ahilo Saunta
29. Shri Kumar Behera
30. Shri Surendra Nath Mishra
31. Shri Radha Kanta Sethi
32. Shri Brundaban Majhi
33. Shri Manas Ranjan Mallick
34. Shri Gurubaru Majhi
35. Shri Khelaram Mahali
36. Shri Kishore Kumar Mohanty
37. Shri Madhabananda Behera
38. Shri Chhatish Chandra Dhal
39. Shri Duryodhan Majhi
40. Shri Harihar Sahu
41. Shri Balabhadra Majhi
42. Shri Prasanna Kumar Pal
43. Shri Sadan Naik
44. Shri Sudam Charan Marandi
45. Shri Nagendra Kumar Pradhan
46. Shri Niladri Nayak
47. Shri Bharat Bhusan Bemal
48. Shri Rudra Madhaba Ray
49. Shri Nityananda Pradhan
50. Shri Sarangadhar Kadraka
51. Shri Hurushikesh Naik(Balipatna)
52. Shri Rajkishore Ram
53. Shri Rabindra Kumar Mallick
54. Shri Nagarjun Pradhan
55. Shri Prasanna Patnaik
56. Shri Ramakrushna Patnaik
57. Shri Hemananda Biswal
58. Shri Ajit Das
59. Dr. (Smt.) Kamala Das
60. Shri Aswini Kumar Patra
61. Shri Jual Oram
62. Shri Yudhisthir Das
63. Shri Ranendra Pratap Swain
64. Shri Surendra Nath Naik
65. Shri Bijaya Mohapatra
66. Shri Chaitanya Prasad Majhi
67. Shri Sadan Nayak
68. Shri Jayadev Jena
69. Shri Chintamani Dyan Samantara
70. Shri Kishor Chandra Patel
71. Shri Netrananda Mallick
72. Shri Rabindra Kumar Sethy
73. Shri Kanhu Charan Lenka
74. Sk. Matlub Ali
75. Shri Mansid Ekka
76. Shri(Dr) Debendra Nath Mansingh
77. Shri Arjun Charan Sethi
78. Shri Daitari Behera
79. Shri Pradipta Kumar Naik
80. Shri Suryamani Jena
81. Shri Panchanan Kanungo
82. Shri Laxman Majhi
83. Shri Chinmaya Prasad Behura
84. Shri Narasingh Mishra
85. Shri Niranjan Patnaik
86. Shri Birendra Chandra Pandey
87. Shri Nabin Chandra Narayan Das
88. Smt. Saraswati Hembram
89. Shri Amarnath Pradhan
90. Shri Bhagabat Prasad Mohanty
91. Shri Pravat Mohapatra
92. Shri Akshaya Kumar Acharya
93. Shri Balgopal Mishra
94. Shri Bijaya Kumar Nayak
95. Shri Arjun Das
96. Shri Ganeswar Behera
97. Shri Jayanarayan Mohanty
98. Shri Bibhuti Bhusan Singh Mardaraj
99. Shri Maheswar Naik
100. Shri Janaki Ballav Patnaik
101. Shri Harihar Swain
102. Shri Panu Chandra Naik
103. Shri Dasarathi Behera
104. Shri Abhimanyu Kumar
105. Shri Man Mohan Mathur
106. Shri Chandra Sena Naik
107. Shri Prasanna Kumar Patsani
108. Shri Nalinikanta Mohanty
109. Shri Aswini Kumar Guru
110. Shri Ramesh Jena
111. Shri Trilochan Kanungo
112. Shri Jagannath Patniak
113. Shri Sitakanta Mishra
114. Shri Mangala Kisan
115. Shri Sarat Kumar Kar
116. Shri Ramachandra Panda
117. Ms. Nibedita Pradhan
118. Smt. Roshani Singh Deo
119. Smt. Mandakini Behera
120. Shri Jogendra Behera
121. Shri Ratha Das
122. Smt. Bishnu Priya Behera
123. Shri Golak Naik
124. Shri Bhaskar Madhai
125. Shri Trilochan Behera
126. Shri Umaballav Rath
127. Shri Surendra Kanhar
128. Shri Ashok Kumar Panigrahi
129. Shri Bibhudhendu Pratap Das
130. Shri Satya Bhusan Sahu
131. Shri Sanchita Mohanty
132. Shri Prahlad Dora
133. Shri Saroj Kumar Padhi
134. Shri Binod Kumar Patra
135. Shri Sasibhusan Behera
136. Shri Kalpataru das
137. Shri Utkal Keshari Parida
138. Shri Padma Lochan Panda
139. Shri Bikram Keshari Berma
140. Shri Saroj Kumar Samal
141. Shri Lalatendu Mohapatra
142. Shri Dhanaswar Majhi
143. Shri Naren Pallai
144. Md. Aub Khan
145. Shri Parameswar Sethi
146. Smt. Droupadi Murmu
147. Shri Bimal Lochan Das
148. Smt. Surama Padhi
149. Shri Rajkishore Pradhan