With Soren winning the Majority Test, opposition walked out

Good news for Jharkhand Chief Minister who just won the Majority Test which seemingly was unexpected to the opposition BJP and this followed their walk out.

CM Hemant Soren thanking his supporters in the House looked a relived man. The prime news or the state ended today with positive note for the ruling party, particularly for the JMM supremo.

Today with the initiation of the trust vote, Soren accused the BJP of attempting a “civil war-like situation” in India. He said the party is trying to fule riots to win their elections.

Earlier the speculation were rife that if Hemant Soren found to be disqualified as an MLA in the trust vote, he will not be able to continue as the Chief Minister of Jharkhand.

Now the present CM whose job is on the line over allegations of corruption, feels confident with the winning a morale-boosting majority test amid the opposition’s allegations. On the other hand Soren himself is alleging that the BJP is trying to leave no stone unturned for toppling his government.

He alleged that the act of engineering defections in the ruling Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM)-led coalition, proved in vain due to his honest conduct and a dutiful leader as the CM for the state.