The litmus test of UPA MLAs was held on Saturday at the CM residence on Kanke Road, Ranchi. The MLAs were called to the UPA meeting by giving short notice. Ministers and MLAs of JMM, Congress and RJD were present, but 11 MLAs remained absent due to some reasons. The government had prior information about this.
reiterated the resolve to remain united
In the meeting, all the MLAs reiterated their resolve to remain united. He also expressed his faith in Chief Minister Hemant Soren. From drought to other problems were also discussed on this occasion. There was also a brainstorming on the possible decision coming in the Election Commission regarding the mines lease case. On which the MLAs said that they are ready to deal with any situation.
The decision does not affect the health of the government
It was also told in the meeting that whatever the decision comes, it will not affect the health of the government. Now the MLAs will be able to put their problems directly in front of the CM. They will be given a special number for this. It was also decided that before the cabinet meeting, the CM and the minister would take suggestions after talking to the MLAs.
11 MLAs absent after giving information
11 MLAs were absent in the meeting. Among them, three Congress MLAs Irfan Ansari, Rajesh Kachhap and Naman Vixal Kongadi are trapped in the cash scandal in Kolkata. Neha Tirkey of Congress is in Delhi. Bhushan Bada was returning from Delhi, but due to bad weather the flight was diverted to Bhubaneswar. Mamta Devi has recently been delivered. Poornima Neeraj Singh had informed about his absence. JMM's Sarfaraz Ahmed, Chamra Linda, Sameer Mohanty and Basant Soren remained absent after giving information.
In-depth discussion on drought
In the meeting, the ministers and MLAs had in-depth discussions and discussions with the Chief Minister on the drought situation due to low rainfall region wise. All the MLAs told the Chief Minister that the problems being faced in their area regarding development works should be resolved soon. The CM said that our government is a government of people's aspirations. To work collectively for the people of all sections and communities of the state without any discrimination.
We were framed by Mamata Banerjee for political gains: Irfan Ansari
Three suspended Jharkhand Congress MLAs Irfan Ansari, Rajesh Kachhap and Naman Vixal Kongadi, arrested with cash in Howrah's Panchla police station area, were released on bail on Saturday. The Calcutta High Court has granted him conditional bail. On coming out, Irfan Ansari said in a conversation with reporters that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has falsely implicated him for his political gains. He said that the cash amount recovered was of all three of us MLAs. But he can never join BJP. We have nothing to do with BJP.