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In Jharkhand political turmoil, team Soren’s MLAs on buses leaves CM’s home, likely to be shifted to Chhattisgarh

Jharkhand Political turmoil: Amidst the political crisis in Jharkhand, three buses carrying ruling coalition MLAs were seen leaving the Chief Minister's residence for an unknown destination. There is speculation that these buses have left for Chhattisgarh.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
Updated Date

Ranchi: There was a meeting of the MLAs of the Grand Alliance at the residence of Chief Minister Hemant Soren today regarding the political crisis. At the same time, after the meeting was over, three buses carrying the ruling coalition’s MLAs were seen leaving the Chief Minister’s residence for an unknown destination. It is being said that the MLAs are being sent to a safe place amid the fear of horse-trading. Although the information about where the MLAs are being sent has not been revealed yet.

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It was reported from quoting sources that preparations have been made to shift the ruling coalition’s MLAs to “friendly states” like West Bengal or Chhattisgarh, if needed. This is being done out of fear of BJP.

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A Congress leader had told news agency PTI that “all arrangements have been made to send our coalition MLAs to Chhattisgarh or West Bengal. Both are run by non-BJP governments. Three luxury buses will take the MLAs by road.” Have reached Ranchi for. There will be some escort vehicles too.”

The third round of meeting of the ruling coalition MLAs was held today at the Chief Minister’s residence to chalk out a strategy. All the ruling MLAs had attended the meeting with their belongings.

BJP MP Nishikant Dubey’s tweet also came on this matter. In which he wrote, ‘According to the sources of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, some MLAs reached Chhattisgarh at 2 am. Most of the MLAs are hesitant to leave and are waiting for orders from senior JMM leader Basant Soren. Some buses for MLAs are parked in Ranchi.

In fact, Jharkhand Governor Ramesh Bais can send an order disqualifying Chief Minister Hemant Soren to the Election Commission (ECI) on Saturday. Raj Bhavan sources gave this information. Amidst these reports, the ruling Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM)-Congress-Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) alliance is making further strategy.

On the other hand, Soren had tweeted on Friday, “Since our opponents are unable to compete with us politically, they are misusing constitutional institutions. But we are not worried… it is they who have given us the chair. .. do whatever you can, my work for my people can never stop.”

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The ruling coalition has 49 MLAs in the 81-member assembly. The single largest party JMM has 30 MLAs, Congress 18 MLAs and Tejashwi Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has one MLA. The main opposition party BJP has 26 MLAs,

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