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Hemant Soren alleges BJP of operating PIL gang  in Jharkhand High Court 



CM dedicates schemes worth Rs 2320 Cr in Jamshedpur


Complete renovation of MGM Hospital at Rs 418.3 Cr, new flyover in Mango at Rs 474.78 Cr


Work on new by-pass to link Jamshedpur with Seraikela

Ranchi, November 7: Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren on Monday alleged that a PIL is operating in the state which makes deals before filing a plea and “unfortunately it also has the protection of the judiciary”.

Soren’s comment came at Gopal Maidan in Jamshedpur during the ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ programme, held hours after the Supreme Court of India pronounced two PILs — investigation into the owning of a mining lease and shell companies — in the high court as not maintainable in which Soren stood as a party.

Soren added, “The BJP has formed a PIL gang in the high court and I have come to know that the gang first tries to strike a deal before filing a PIL and if the deals are successful, they don’t file the PILs. It is also very unfortunate that sometimes they get protection from the court. The allegations against me that were filed were initially quashed by the high court but later, a PIL was filed and the plea was termed maintainable. The same case was termed non-maintainable by the Supreme Court.”

Hemant Soren said, ED and Income Tax conduct raids at many places. Raids are conducted at 80 to 100 places and how much one crore is available, 1.25 crore is spent in conducting raids.

Hemant Soren said that  the BJP does not want any Dalit, Adivasi to represent this state and use central agencies.

“Same happened with former chief minister Madhu Koda. They ended his entire career by accusing him of embezzlement of thousands of crores. Just ask the Income Tax Department how much was recovered, how much money was found in the investigation,” questioned Soren.

Referring to many schemes, Hemant Soren said that many of our schemes get stopped. The Center does not agree, after the formation of the government, first the decision of Sarna Dharma Code was taken, it was also hanged. Now we are going to give the Khatian of 1932 to the state government. Now the government will also take a decision on OBC reservation and will give 27 percent reservation.

He also said that by traditional methods of animal keeping they can get rid of malnutrition especially among women and children,

The Chief Minister said that the government is planning to construct a new bypass for the people of Jamshedpur.

“Work on a by-pass would soon commence for linking Jamshedpur with Seraikela through a by-pass. All the other districts have a by-pass but unfortunately Jamshedpur does not have it,” he announced

The Chief Minister said that people are being benefited by the government’s welfare schemes, due to which they will become so strong, self-reliant and self-reliant that even the need to take subsidized rations provided by the government will not be expected.

The Chief Minister said that the government is preparing schemes so that the children of the state can get better education. On the coming 15th November (Jharkhand Foundation Day), President Droupadi Murmu will launch these schemes.

The Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of a new hospital building with a capacity of 500 beds in the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial College and Hospital (MGM) campus. The construction would be done at an estimated cost of Rs 418.34 crore and after its completion better treatment and testing facilities will be available to the patients of Kolhan area at the hospital

On this occasion, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone for the construction of Mango bridge-cum-flyover at a total cost of Rs 474.78 crore. Its length is 4.02 km and would connect Mango with Marine Drive. 

Chief Minister inaugurated 230 schemes with a total cost of Rs.2320.72 crore. In which a total of 158 important schemes had their foundation stone laid at a cost of Rs 282.45 crore and a total of 72 schemes costing Rs 38.269 crore were inaugurated. At the same time, a total amount of Rs 245.2773 crore was distributed among 1,63,375 beneficiaries.

The program was attended by parliamentary affairs and rural development minister Alamgir Alam, labour minister, Satyanand Bhokta, Tribal Welfare minister Champai Soren, health minister,  Banna Gupta, MLA Ghatshila Ramdas Soren, MLA Jugsalai Mangal Kalindi, MLA Baharagora Sameer Kumar Mohanty, MLA Potka Sanjeev Sardar, 20 point vice president Mohan Karmakar, Zilla Parishad president Bari Murmu, additional chief secretary Arun Kumar Singh among others. 

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