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Hemant Soren, Incarcerated and Flanked by Security, Attends Jharkhand Trust Vote

A special court in Ranchi had allowed Hemant Soren, also the Executive President of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) to take part in the trust vote – a litmus test for the Champai Sore-led government.

Champai Soren took oath as Jharkhand Chief Minister on Thursday

Champai Soren took oath as Jharkhand Chief Minister on Thursday

In a heavily secured assembly session today, the former Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, made a notable entrance as Champai Soren’s government faced a critical trust vote. The special court in Ranchi granted permission for Hemant Soren, who also serves as the Executive President of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), to actively participate in this pivotal session.

Hemant Soren argued before the court that, being a member of the assembly, he holds the legitimate right to contribute to the crucial proceedings of the special session, which holds significant importance for his party. This trust vote serves as a litmus test for the leadership of Champai Soren.

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Champai Soren, a seasoned leader of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, assumed the position of Chief Minister of Jharkhand just a day after Hemant Soren’s arrest. The Enforcement Directorate has leveled accusations against Hemant Soren, linking him to a ₹600-crore land scam and the alleged laundering of its proceeds. The unfolding developments mark a critical juncture in the political landscape of Jharkhand, as the trust vote unfolds against the backdrop of these serious allegations.