Jharkhand Chief Minister Wins no confidence motion, BJP Walks Out

Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren, who is allegedly accused of corruption, today has won a no-confidence motion, making allegations that the opposition is trying to tank his Government by conspiring defects in the currently ruling “Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM)-led coalition.

Jharkhand Chief Minister Wins no confidence motion

Jharkhand Chief Minister Wins No Confidence Motion

As CM won the majority vote, BJP walked out of the assembly before votes. They had earlier protested against the one-day special session the entire day.

Hemant Soren, accused Chief Minister, after commencing the trust vote, allegedly alleged BJP of creating a “civil war-like situation” by sparking riots to win elections. Soren also alleged that his Assam counterpart Himanta Biswa Sarma is also implicated in “buying Jharkhand MLAs” to bring down the Government.

“The opposition has destroyed democracy. The BJP has been indulging in horse-trading of legislators… We will show our strength in the house,” said the CM against the slogans shouting BJP MLAs.

“We have heard of people buying clothes, ration, grocery. But only the BJP is into buying legislators…After installing the country’s first tribal President, they are trying to dislodge a tribal Chief Minister,” he further alleged.

On asking why he exercised a trust vote, Mr Soren said to reporters, “Who will take a trust vote? The opposition?”

Further added, “The opposition has spread a web of conspiracies to bring me down. They will be trapped in the web of their own making.”

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“The BJP says Hemant Soren must be disqualified as an MLA over allegations that he violated election norms by giving himself a mining lease. The party has called for fresh elections and has demanded that the Chief Minister resign ‘on moral grounds”, NDTV mentioned.

Further, Soren and MLAs have also accused BJP of “trying to take advantage of the crisis and lure MLAs of the ruling coalition to cross over and bring down the elected government, following the pattern in states like Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka.”

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