Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Monday said that Bharatiya Janata Party’s “nefarious intentions” to topple his government have failed.
“We saw another example of BJP’s hunger for power…and dirty politics. This is a big attack on our country’s democracy. Nor was I unsettled by their acts earlier, neither I am today,” Soren told reporters on Monday.
“The BJP can’t survive without power like a fish can’t without water”, Soren said.
“The examples of the non-BJP ruled states are in front of you. Since the day the government has been formed here…we hear every 24 hours that the government is falling…If you see their statements, their Twitter accounts, Facebook posts, you will know the conspiracy very very clearly,”
CM was referring to the arrest of three Congress MLAs with Rs 50 lakh cash in West Bengal on Saturday. All three legislators Irfan Ansari, Rajesh Kacchap, and Naman Bixal Kongeri are in police custody. Ranchi police registered a zero FIR against the three MLAs on charges of cheating, criminal conspiracy and sedition, and under the Prevention of Corruption Act, and Representation of the People Act.