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JMM delegation to meet Governor to demand dismissal of government

State Govt has lost its credibility says Hemant Soren

Jamshedpur, Feb. 6 : JMM vice-president and former Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Tuesday said that the Raghubar Das-led State government has lost its credibility and party’s own legislatures are against the functioning of Government. He noted that the Government must go as several of the party legislators are raising voice against the Chief Minister.Soren was addressing media at the local circuit house here.

“The Government has failed in every sector. Whether it is employment policy or CNT Act-SPT Act or fighting against corruption, the Raghubar Das government has failed miserably during the past three years of its rule. It has also lost its credibility. We have, therefore, decided to take a delegation to the Governor and will demand for the dismissal of the present government,” said Soren.

He claimed that the Raghubar -led government in the state had made several announcements at the time of elections but miserably failed to deliver on all fronts. He said that the BJP government wants to distract attention from essential issues. “Any discussion on issues such as unemployment, agriculture inflation is sought to be suppressed through diversions,” he said.

Soren alleged that Das had first tried to play with tribal sentiments by proposing amendments in the CNT and SPT Acts. The Government was trying to erase the very identity of the tribal people by amending the CNT & SPT Acts. “I am of the opinion that these acts are symbols of tribal life and any move to change it might trigger social unrest,” he noted.

“No only tribal acts but Das also cheated the local youth forces, mostly tribals by claiming to have given employment to 25,000 youths. I ask the Chief Minister to give a data on where have these 25,000 have been placed. In fact, most of these youths who have got employment have been sent to states like Chennai and Maharastra for becoming security guards to be posted at the ATM kiosks,” he said. He expressed apprehensions that most of those 25,000 youths who have got jobs will not even get the minimum wages.

Soren also claimed that recently the state government selected engineers for posting them in various departments in the state, but except for 100 candidates, inclusive of general and scheduled tribe/scheduled caste, rest of the 452 engineers who were given employments were either from Bihar or Chhattisgarh or any other state.

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