Hemant accuses Raghubar govt to trying to implement anti-tribal policies

Gumla: Former Chief Minister and JMM’s acting president Hemant Soren alleged that in the last five years the Raghubar Das government has tried to implement anti-tribal policies in the state.

Addressing an election rally while campaigning for party nominee Chamra Linda from Bishunpur he asked the people to remove the BJP from power in Jharkhand. He said that after Mahagathbandhan comes into power all necessary steps will be taken to fill the vacant posts in government jobs and steps will be taken to create new job opportunities for the youth of the state.

He claimed that the BJP government was functioning on the directions of the corporate house and it was on their direction an attempt was made to make changes in the CNT and SPT Acts which was opposed by the JMM and other political parties as a result of which it was withdrawn and could not be implemented in the state.

Hemant said that only JMM and candidates of Mahagthbandhan can ensure the well being of the state. Senior Congress leader Furkaan Ansari who also addressed the meeting said that a wave in favour of Mahagathbandhan was blowing in the state as people were fed up with the BJP government.

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