Political crisis is currently going on in Jharkhand. The sword of arrest is hanging over state CM Hemant Soren. On the other hand, PM Modi was scheduled to visit the state on 3 February. However, BJP sources have informed that now this tour has been postponed. Along with this, PM Modi’s rally program in Bettiah, Bihar has also been postponed. It was believed that CM Nitish Kumar, who returned with NDA in Bihar, could share the stage with PM Modi in this rally.
What was the programme?
As per the earlier schedule, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was to reach Raj Bhavan in Jharkhand on the night of 3 February. At the same time, on February 4, PM was going to hold a program in Dhanbad. After this, PM Modi had a plan to address a rally in Bettiah, Bihar. However, now all these programs have been postponed. The main reason for postponing this decision of PM’s program has not been given yet.
What is happening in Jharkhand?
Jharkhand is currently facing a political crisis. ED action against state CM Hemant Soren continues. There is a possibility that Soren may be arrested any time. While BJP is releasing posters regarding Soren’s disappearance, Hemant Soren is holding important meetings with MLAs. It is believed that Soren can make some big announcement after the meeting.
Governor met the Chief Secretary
Amidst the political turmoil in Jharkhand, the Governor has questioned the DGP and Chief Secretary of Jharkhand regarding the absence of the Chief Minister. Jharkhand Governor Radhakrishnan has said that he is keeping an eye on the situation in the state in view of Chief Minister Hemant Soren receiving ED summons. He said that as a protector of the Constitution, I am keeping an eye on the entire situation. This is the duty of the Governor and I am performing it. I will take a decision when the time comes.
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