Jharkhand Assembly Monsoon Session: Uproar over resignation of CM Hemant Soren, 4 BJP MLAs suspended

Pankaj Prasad
Jharkhand Assembly Monsoon Session
Jharkhand Assembly Monsoon Session

Monsoon session of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly is going on.

Jharkhand Monsoon Session 2022:Ā The monsoon session of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly is going on. On Tuesday, the opposition created a tremendous uproar in the House demanding the resignation of Chief Minister Hemant Soren. BJP MLAs Bhanu Pratap Shahi, Dhullu Mahto, Jaiprakash Patel and Randhir Singh have been suspended till August 4. The commotion in the house was not taking the name of stopping. Eventually, the speaker ordered him to be thrown out of the house.

Monsoon session of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly was uproar today. The opposition party BJP created a ruckus in the house regarding the resignation of CM Hemant Soren. The commotion in the house was not taking the name of stopping. Speaker Rabindranath Mahto finally suspended BJP MLAs Bhanu Pratap Shahi, Dhullu Mahto, Jaiprakash Patel and Randhir Singh till August 4. He ordered them to be thrown out of the house.

Let us tell you that on Monday, the second day of the monsoon session of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly, there was a lot of discussion in the House regarding the MLAs arrested by Kolkata Police in the cash scandal. The MLAs were discussing this secretly. Special eyes were on the Congress MLAs. The MLAs of the opposition were also seen discussing with the Congress MLAs regarding the political boom in Jharkhand. BJP MLA Bhanu Pratap Shahi raised this issue in the House amid the uproar of the opposition, then Speaker Rabindra Nath Mahato said that only you would know this. Yesterday, on Monday, the proceedings of the House were adjourned in the first shift due to the uproar, then many MLAs remained sitting in the hall. BJP MLA Bhanu Pratap Shahi had asked inside the house in the hoarla that where are the three MLAs now. His gesture was towards Congress MLAs Irfan Ansari, Rajesh Kachhap and Naman Vixal Kongadi. These three MLAs are on the remand of West Bengal CID in the cash case.