No Hemant Soran.. Brother Basant Soran is the target.. Election Commission new recommendation.. Background of controversy

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oi-Nantha Kumar R

Published: Sunday, September 11, 2022, 11:29 [IST]

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Ranchi: As the political turmoil continues in Jharkhand, reports have surfaced that the Election Commission has recommended the disqualification of Chief Minister Hemant Soran’s brother and MLA Basant Soran.

In Jharkhand Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-Congress parties form an alliance and rule. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha leader Hemant Soran is the Chief Minister.

It was in this situation that allegations arose that Hemant Soran was involved in the quarry malpractice. There were complaints that he used his position as Chief Minister to do this.

Mamata who said that she will face the Lok Sabha elections along with Nitish and Hemant Soran - did you not mention Stalin's name? Mamata who said that she will face the Lok Sabha elections along with Nitish and Hemant Soran – did you not mention Stalin’s name?

  Complaint to the Election Commission

Complaint to the Election Commission

In other words, a complaint was filed on behalf of the BJP to the Election Commission that a quarry had been allocated in the name of Chief Minister Hemant Soran in 2021 and he had benefited from the coal quarry allocation. Subsequently, the Election Commission gave some recommendations to Jharkhand Governor Ramesh Baisi. It was reported that the commission had recommended the removal of Chief Minister Hemant Soran’s MLA post. However, no official announcement has been made by the Governor. This created a chaotic situation in Jharkhand politics. The state of Jharkhand received national attention.

  Win the vote of confidence

Win the vote of confidence

Meanwhile, reports surfaced that the BJP was plotting to topple the coalition government in Jharkhand. Thus Hemant Soran accommodated his MLAs in a luxury hotel in Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh. Also, on the 5th, a special meeting was convened in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly and a vote of confidence was held. Out of a total of 81 MLAs, 48 ​​voted in favor of the government. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 30, Congress 18 (3 MLAs arrested with money in West Bengal) and 4 MLAs from allied parties supported the government. 25 MLAs of BJP and 3 MLAs of the Alliance walked out. With this the Hemant Soran government won the confidence vote. Hemant Soran continues to be the Chief Minister.

No brother, brother

No brother, brother

In this context, it is said that the Election Commission of India has sent a recommendation to Governor Ramesh Baisi regarding the disqualification of Basant Soran, the MLA of Dumka constituency, from the post of Chief Minister Hemant Soran in Jharkhand. It is said that he did not mention the income related to the quarry in which he is a shareholder in the election affidavit.

  Disqualification in the Representation of the People Act

Disqualification in the Representation of the People Act

The Election Commission conducted an inquiry in this regard. News agency ANI reported that the commission had sent the matter to Governor Ramesh Baisi to disqualify the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) MLA under Section 9(A) of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, after the hearing was completed on August 29. It is noteworthy that Governor Ramesh Bessi is going to take action to disqualify Basant Soran from the post of MLA soon. It is said that the Election Commission has recommended the removal of Hemant Soran’s MLA post, but now it is said that the Election Commission has recommended the removal of his younger brother Basant Soran’s MLA post. As a result, Jharkhand politics continues to be in a chaotic state.

English summary

Amid the ongoing political turmoil in Jharkhand, reports have surfaced that the Election Commission has recommended the Governor of the state to disqualify Chief Minister Hemant Soran’s brother and MLA Basant Soran.

Story first published: Sunday, September 11, 2022, 11:29 [IST]


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