Governor Ramesh Bais has left for Delhi amid the ongoing political upheaval in Jharkhand. It is being told that he can meet Amit Shah. On Thursday itself, the leaders of the Grand Alliance met the Governor. A memorandum was submitted to the Governor and asked to clarify the situation on the Chief Minister.
Meanwhile, Hemant Soren has played a big bet. The government has called a special session of the Legislative Assembly on September 5. It is being said that during this time the Soren government can present its majority. Apart from this, the matter of taking some big decisions is also coming to the fore.
In view of this, now the chances of CM Hemant Soren coming to Raipur are slim. They can settle the political equation only by staying in Jharkhand, while 30 UPA MLAs will currently stay at the Mayfair Hotel in Raipur.
At the same time, it is also discussed that 4 UPA ministers who had gone to Ranchi on Wednesday to attend the cabinet meeting, may return to Raipur once again on Friday. At present, it has not been confirmed, but just a day before the assembly session, information about everyone returning to Ranchi is coming out.
BJP cannot tolerate opposition: Bhupesh Baghel
On BJP’s statement about Jharkhand MLAs coming to Chhattisgarh, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said, “Raman Singh, tell that our party’s, alliance MLAs (from Jharkhand) have come here. They (BJP) kidnap leaders of other parties and take them away. The MLAs of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka and now Maharashtra were taken. BJP is unable to tolerate the opposition.
Discussion of BJP’s performance
It is being told that the BJP can protest outside the Mayfair Resort. A message is going viral on social media, in which it has been said to unite to protest against the Jharkhand government. At the same time, the SDM said that complete arrangements have been made from our side. Troops have been deployed for security.
3 layer security, there is a ban on even crossing the threshold of MLAs
The UPA MLAs have been at the Mayfair Golf Resort in Raipur since the evening of August 30. These MLAs have been kept under such strict security by the Chhattisgarh government that even Parinda could not kill them. Security has been deployed in three layers to reach the MLAs from the main gate. In this, three DSP rank officers are posted 24 hours a day. Apart from this, more than 24 security forces have been appointed, which are working in three shifts.
VVIP also not entry in the resort
There is also a residential area inside the Mayfair Golf Resort. Construction work is also going on here on a large scale. In such a situation, the problems of these people have increased due to the fencing of MLAs here. Those living in the residential area have to give their concrete proof. VVIPs are also not getting entry without the permission of hotel management or government officials.
MLAs said – they are not allowed to come out
The MLAs living here cannot come out even if they want to. Separate rooms have been booked for everyone and everyone has to stay in their room. The restriction is not only to stay inside the room, they have been forbidden to express their views on any social media. This is the reason that the MLAs who were sharing photos of Latratu Dam trip a lot on social media. Haven’t been able to share a single photo here yet.
Know the specialty of the resort in which the MLAs are closed
The resort where the MLAs of Jharkhand are staying is no less than heaven on earth. There are every means of entertainment ranging from ash-o-relax to within the boundary wall. This resort is a five star deluxe hotel of 178 rooms and suites. There are 4 swimming pools, boating in the lake and different sports activities are arranged. According to the information given on the website of the hotel, the room rent for one night…
Executive Rs 15,200
Spa Suite Rs 20,900
Presidential Suite Rs 1,20,650
The Maharaja and Maharani suite is Rs 85,000.
Why was the Mayfair resort chosen for legislators?
Mayfair has so far been the most impenetrable for Congress legislators. Last year, when assembly elections were held in Assam and horse-trading of opposition MLAs started there, more than a dozen opposition MLAs were brought to this Mayfair resort in Raipur. At the same time, when the Rajya Sabha elections were to be held in Haryana, there was also talk of horse-trading from the BJP side, on which the MLAs of Haryana were accommodated in Mayfair itself. Now when the crisis has come before the Jharkhand government, the MLAs have been brought here. Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel is considered the master of Crisis Management.
Sports spoiled after Kolkata cash scandal
RPN Singh’s planning was almost completely implemented, but just before that three Congress MLAs Irfan Ansari, Rajesh Kachhap and Naman Vixal were arrested in Kolkata with Kongadi cash. After this, the game of broken broke. The Congress in-charge asked him to reveal the whole game, but when he refused to do so, the party is now in the mode of taking action against him. The sword can also hang on his legislature.
Waiting for the letter of Raj Bhavan to the Election Commission
According to a senior official of the Election Commission, the ball is still in the court of Raj Bhavan. The Election Commission has already given its decision after thorough investigation into the matter. The order is to be issued to the Governor. Further action will be taken after the instructions of Raj Bhavan. Raj Bhavan will issue a gadget in this regard, which the State Election Commission will give to the Speaker. After that further action will be started.
Soren’s wife’s name at the forefront
If Soren’s chief minister’s chair goes, then the first name for this post is that of Soren’s wife Kalpana Soren. Joba Manjhi and Champai Soren are at number two and third. Both are very close and trusted to the Soren family. The Congress has also not raised any objection to these names so far.
What is a mining lease case?
On 10 February, a delegation of BJP under the leadership of former CM Raghuvar Das met the governor. BJP had demanded the Governor to cancel the membership of CM Soren. BJP had alleged that CM Soren, while in office, had taken 88 decimal stone mining lease in Angada, Ranchi. BJP alleges that this is a violation of Section 9A of the Representation of the People Act (RP) 1951. The Governor sent this complaint of BJP to the Election Commission.