Hemant Soren Is Back At The Helm In Jharkhand, Oath Ceremony On Dec 27

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Hemant Soren Is Back At The Helm In Jharkhand, Oat
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The BJP has been dealt a huge blow in the Jharkhand assembly elections. In results that came in on Monday, the JMM-Congress-RJD alliance won the elections by a large margin and ousted the BJP from power.

Out of the total 81 seats in the state, JMM-Congress-RJD alliance won 47 seats, BJP won 25, JVM won three, AJSU won two and others won four seats. Among the JMM-Congress-RJD alliance, JMM won 30, Congress won 16 and RJD won 1 seat.

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Hemant Soren emerged as the hero of the victory of the grand alliance and now, he will become Chief Minister (CM) of the state for the second time. Soren will take oath of office on December 27 at Ranchi’s Morabadi Maidan.

After his victory, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi and Chief Ministers of several states congratulated Hemant Soren, who thanked Sonia Gandhi, Lalu Yadav and all Congress leaders for his decisive win in the elections. Hemant Soren also said that nobody’s expectations will remain unfulfilled, no matter which caste, religion or profession they may belong to.

Meanwhile, after the win in Jharkhand, Sonia Gandhi attacked the BJP and said that the BJP tried to divide the society but people defeated it. Priyanka Gandhi also castigated the BJP and said that the BJP tried to sow discontent among people but they gave it a befitting reply.

The magic of the Modi-Shah duo failed to work in Jharkhand, with Chief Minister Raghubar Das, the Speaker of the Assembly and several ministers losing the elections. While resigning from the post of CM, Raghubar Das said that it is not the party’s defeat but his own.

The BJP was in power in 21 states in March 2018 but by December 2019, it lost five states. After Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra, now Jharkhand has also slipped away from the BJP’s grip.