Jharkhand News: Even before this, Chief Minister Hemant Soren had taken the MLAs out of the state. BJP is constantly taunting the state government.
Political agitation in Jharkhand has intensified once again. According to sources, the MLAs of the UPA who are in the Jharkhand government will leave for Raipur at 4.30 pm today. IndiGo flights have been booked for these MLAs. A meeting of UPA MLAs was also held today at the residence of Chief Minister Shibu Soren. According to sources, now a decision has been taken to shift the UPA MLAs to Raipur.
Earlier, Soren had gone to Khunti with the MLAs.
Earlier, Chief Minister Hemant Soren had suddenly left for Khunti on Saturday along with the ruling coalition MLAs. Soren had left his residence at around 2 pm with all the cabinet members and all the MLAs in three buses and after staying and enjoying for about three hours at this tourist place in Khunti district, all left for Ranchi at 6 pm. Were.
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Soren is in danger of losing his assembly membership
Actually, the assembly membership of Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren is under threat. Jharkhand Governor Ramesh Bais may send an order disqualifying Chief Minister Hemant Soren to the Election Commission. Earlier, the MLAs of the alliance are being shifted to Raipur.
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political situation in jharkhand
Let us inform that, Soren has called a cabinet meeting on September 1. In this, many important decisions related to the interest of the public can be taken. At the same time, on Monday i.e. 29 August, the legislature of Hemant Soren’s brother Basant Soren was also discussed in the Election Commission, but no decision could be taken on it.
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