Jharkhand Political Crisis: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren claimed that “satanic forces” are trying to destabilize his democratically elected government. He said on Friday that he would fight till the last drop of his blood. Addressing a government function in Latehar, Soren said he was not worried, as he was given the mandate to rule the state by the people and not by his opponents.
I am the son of a tribal, fear is not in my DNA
He said that “Those who are not able to compete with us politically are now misusing constitutional institutions against us. They are using ED, CBI, Lokpal and Income Tax Department all to destabilize our government.” But we are not worried about it. We have been given this mandate by the people, not by the opponents.” ,
Soren said that “There was a situation of COVID-19 in the state for two years. Now, when we have accelerated the pace of our development, the evil forces have come out of their hole to stop our pace. But it can never stop me from working for the people. I am the son of a tribal and there is no fear in the DNA of tribal. I will fight till the last drop of blood in my body.”
It will be difficult for the opponents now
Soren claimed that “a gang of outside forces” is active in Jharkhand. He said, “This gang had done the work of destroying the state for the last 20 years. When they were ousted from power in 2019, the conspirators could not tolerate it. If we stay here, they will have a tough time ahead. Is.” Chief Minister said. “We are not hungry for power. We are here only under a constitutional system to work for the welfare of the people. Did anyone ever think that every old, widow and single woman will get a pension? It’s your blessings. The son has made this possible together with you.”
Businessmen are sitting in power, they know to take, not to give
Soren said that his government urged the Center to sanction more funds to give pension to the people of the state, as Jharkhand is poor, but they did not approve. They are a group of traders. They know how to take, but don’t give.” Tribal President also did not consider it appropriate to extend best wishes to the tribal society of the country. In his eyes we are. Not ‘Adivasi’ (Adivasi) but ‘Vanvasi’ (Forest dweller).”
On Saturday, the Governor will answer the Election Commission
The Election Commission on Thursday sent its recommendation on a petition to Governor Ramesh Bais, seeking disqualification of CM Hemant Soren as an MLA for violating election norms by extending a mining lease to himself. Went. The petitioner in the case, BJP, has sought Soren’s disqualification for violating Section 9(a) of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, which deals with disqualification for government contracts. According to Raj Bhavan sources, the governor is likely to reply on Saturday on the recommendation of the Election Commission.
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