Hemant accuses BJP led Centre of attacking on rights of Jharkhand in planned manner

Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday accused the BJP led Centre of deliberately attacking upon the rights of the state.

Hemant Soren on his Facebook page wrote it was BJP government of Raghubar Das which owed Rs 5000 crore to DVC and it was the BJP government which had kept the state in mortgage and amid the darkness of Corona crisis the central government deducted Rs 1,400 crore while big states like Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra still owe more than Rs 50,000 crore. He said that PSUs of the centre owe Rs 74,000 crore to the state but never the leaders of the BJP have raised the issue.

He said that the Centre was not satisfied with its act as now it was trying to remove the affiliation of the medical colleges in Dumka, Palamu and Hazaribagh via NMC. He said that AIIMS in Jharkhand is still to be constructed but it has got its affiliation which raises serious questions.

The Chief Minister said that the bad eye of the BJP towards the poor is a reflection of their defeated mentality. He said that BJP which was staring at defeat and was scared of defeat no matter it does the state government will not allow them to play with the lives of the children who are studying in these medical colleges.

The Chief Minister said that whatever necessary steps are needed will be taken by the state for its rights as Jharkhand knows how to struggle and the government was committed to take its rights.

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