No place for violence in democracy says Raghubar asks diverted youth to return back

Simdega/Gumla: Stating that there was no place for violence in democracy Chief Minister Raghubar Das appealed the youth who have diverted from the mainstream of life to return back and warned them that if they fail to mend their ways than the police and administration will give a befitting reply to them.

Addressing a couple of election meetings in Simdega and Sisai of Gumla district he said that it is the pledge of the party that 3.25 crore people of Jharkhand live in peace and fringe elements will not be allowed to collect levy in the name of maoists.

He said that the people have themselves to decide as to whether they wanted to take the state forward or backward.

He said that for 14 years due to political instability corruption and naxalism was at the peak in the state and said that the people needed to make an assessment of the development done by the present government and those by the BJP.

He said that JMM and Congress made an independent MLA the Chief Minister and did scam of Rs 4000 crore. He said that these two parties had looted the poor and once again have joined hands to loot the people and said that JMM and Congress will form a ‘Milawati’ government.

Mr Das said that JMM has exploited the tribals most and whenever it is in power it has looted the poor and tribals.

The Chief Minister said that due to JMM and Congress Jharkhand had to undergo political instability, corruption and middlemen but in the five years things have changed in Jharkhand as it has moved forward on the path of progress.

He alleged that JMM for the sake of one family forgot all the tribals who had laid down their lives for the cause of Jharkhand.

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