Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has said that the Raghubar Das-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government wanted to abolish the CNT-SPT Act. But, he strongly opposed the government's decision and saved the CNT-SPT Act from being abolished.
On Thursday, Chief Minister Hemant Soren reached out to campaign in favor of Mahagathbandhan Kumar Jayamangal Singh alias Anoop Singh in Bipo by-election in Pipramod of Sarayabindha, located in Beldih panchayat under Jaredih block in Bokaro district. During this, he lashed out at the BJP government while addressing a public meeting.In tribal-dominated areas, the Chief Minister gave most of his speech in the Santali language. Taking a dig at the BJP and the predecessor Raghuvar Das's government, he heard them outrightly. It is said that Raghuvar Das's government had tried to abolish the CNT-SPT Act. His plan was not successful due to our opposition.
Mr. Soren said that the BJP government only worked on anti-people policies. The ration card of 11.5 million poor was abolished. During his tenure, the people of the state were trampling. Mr. Soren said that within 15-20 days, his government will distribute dhoti, sari, and lungi for 10 rupees. It has been tendered
The Chief Minister said that even when life was completely stalled in the lockdown, we took complete care of the people of the state. Saved them from every kind of crisis. Not a single person was allowed to go hungry during this odd period, while more than two dozen people died of hunger in the previous Raghubar government's tenure.
Mr. Soren said that the Raghuvar government could not release a single result of JPSC. He got the result and became the new officer in the state. Shri Soren said that the restoration of teachers was declared illegal by the government of Raghuvar Das.
He said that when his government is formed, he is preparing to fight till the Supreme Court to get justice for the teachers. Referring to the road from his ancestral village Nemra to Pirgul in Kasamar, he said that in his old tenure, he approved the plan for the construction of this road and laid the foundation stone, but Raghuvar's government could not build it in five years.
Hemant Soren also marked the central government. Said that the whole country is devastated by the exploits of the Modi government. Things of common need have also become expensive. Onions are being sold at Rs 80 and potatoes at Rs 50 per kg. People have had to buy 100 rupees a kilo till salt. The central government has no control over inflation.
Mr. Soren said, 'For the first time after the formation of the state, we have formed a government of 50 MLAs with great difficulty. BJP can only trick people. Even the hair of the government cannot be deterred. He appealed to make the grand alliance candidate Jayamangal Singh victorious by a huge vote.
BJP governments looted the state: Banna Gupta
On this occasion, Health Minister Banna Gupta said that only the Grand Alliance can develop the state. The BJP governments have only done plunder of the state. Minister and Congress Legislature Party leader Alamgir Alam said that BJP only knows to mislead people. Our government has done remarkable work in a very short time.
Ramgarh MLA Mamta Devi said that the people themselves discuss the work done by Rajendra Singh for the development of the area. Nobody is in competition with the grand alliance candidate. Jayamangal Singh said that he will fulfill the unfulfilled dreams of his father.
Many veteran Congress leaders also reached Jaredih
MLA Naman Vicksal Kongadi, MLA Bandhu Tirkey, former MLA Yogendra Prasad, JMM District President Hiralal Manjhi, JMM leader Devsharan Hembram, Radhanath Soren, Mantu Yadav, Mohan Murmu, Jaridih Block President Pankaj Marandi, Kasmar Block President, Congress President Dilip Hembram Manzoor Ansari, RJD District President Budhanarayan Yadav, Rama Manjhi, Somar Munda and others were present.
Chief Minister welcomes with traditional song and dance
During the gathering, Kisto Bhagat, a member of the AJSU Central Committee, joined the JMM along with his supporters. A large number of people had reached the meeting to listen to the Chief Minister. The girls of Sarayavindha welcomed the Chief Minister and the state legislators and ministers with traditional song and dance.