Political Crisis In Jharkhand? CM Soren Calls UPA Meeting Ahead Of Disqualification Buzz

Hemant Soren, the chief minister of Jharkhand, would be disqualified anytime soon. As per the media reports, the Election Commission has told the Jharkhand governor to disqualify CM Soren for violating the electoral norms. Amidst such crisis, CM Soren has called a meeting of UPA today where all MLAs of JMM, Indian National Congress and the other alliance parties would be present. 

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Chief Minister Hemant Soren would be discussing the further strategy with the alliance partners and MLAs. On the other hand, the BJP said that the party is ready for the midterm elections in Jharkhand. However, the UPA alliance, citing the numbers, stated there’s no danger to threat to its government. However, the final decision on CM’s disqualification would be taken by the governor.

Furthermore, the Congress party, RJD, Communists as well as the JMM, have instructed their MLAs to be in capital Ranchi until further notice. The meeting called by chief minister Soren would be held at his residence tomorrow, at 11 AM. Additionally, the troubles for the UPA government seems to be rising in Jharkhand now.  

On the other hand, BJP MP Nishikant Dubey, while talking to the media personnel, stated that the saffron party is ready for the midterm elections. Recently, the Congress party had suspended three of its MLAs, who were caught with huge amounts of money in cash, in West Bengal. The opposition claimed that the BJP was trying to topple the government in Jharkhand. 

However, the decision on chief minister Hemant Soren’s disqualification, would be taken anytime soon by governor Ramesh Bais. Ahead of this, the UPA alliance would be discussing its further strategy in the meeting called by CM Hemnat Soren tomorrow. However, slamming the JMM, the BJP said that Mr. Hemant would make his wife or any other family member, the next CM of Jharkhand.

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