Nothing surprising’ in withdrawing general consent given to CBI: Hemant

Ranchi: A day after Jharkhand Government decided to withdraw the general consent given to the CBI to probe cases Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that there was nothing surprising in it.

  Speaking to the press at the project building he said that everyone knows what is the condition of constitutional institutions is known to everyone and the state is not doing anything which is surprising. He said that many stated have done it earlier while his government was late to do so as every state government has its own areas of work and rights.

   Over the letter which he wrote to the national medical council over the issue of denying admission in three new medical colleges of the state he said that one should understand how much a state has to face difficulty which does not has a same party or ally party in government at the centre. However he said that he has written over the issue and was waiting for the reply over the issue.

  On the issue of special one day session over Sarna religious code to be held on November 11 he said that there was no dispute over it and it was more to do as to how the tribals of the entire country can be included in the census.

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