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Ex CM Hemant soren Sent notice to Present CM Raghuwar das

Ranchi: Ex CM Hemant Soren has sent a legal notice to Chief Minister Raghuvar Das asking him to withdraw the charges leveled against him.

Based on the notice, it was also said that if the Chief Minister does not do this within 7 days, then he will take legal action against him.

According to Ex CM Hemant Soren, Chief Minister Raghuvar Das is constantly saying untrue and derogatory remarks towards him.

The Chief Minister repeatedly states that Hemant Soren has purchased land worth Rs 500 crore.

I deny his allegation. For people working in public life, their image is their capital.

The Chief Minister has damaged our image and reputation by saying so.

Hemant Soren said that the Chief Minister should publicly apologize for the attempt to mislead the people of Jharkhand and tarnish my image.

In the last 5 years, the Chief Minister has abused all the dignity and has made abusive and abusive language as state language.

He is the only Chief Minister of this country, who has used abuses in the House.

His language and conduct are not compatible with those sitting in constitutional positions.

He said that JMM will oppose and demolish the BJP’s lies, plunder and conspiracy in every possible way.

Jharkhand is now ready for a long struggle against these external forces.

He said- the government made SIT against me with political malice.

Complaint sent to SIT office from Chief Minister’s office.

Ex CM asked for the SIT report about enquiry

The SIT report is with the government. Now I demand that the report be made public.

After the legal notice was sent by Ex CM Hemant Soren, preparations for retaliation have also started from the BJP.

It has been claimed by the BJP that they will also send more legal notices to Hemant Soren.

Because everyone knows how much land Hemant Soren has acquired in the name of himself and his family.

All of these violate the CNT and SPT laws.



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