The results of all 81 seats in the Jharkhand Assembly have been declared and the Mahagathbandhan, led by Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) in the state, has won a clear majority by winning 47 seats. The BJP gained just 25 seats with the defeat of ruling BJP Chief Minister Raghubar Das and party state president Laxman Giluva. Elections were held in five phases for 81 seats of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly starting from 30 November and till 20 December. In this election, BJP has got only 25 seats, while the opposition alliance got a total of 47 seats. Hemant Soren, the acting president of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha and the leader of the opposition alliance victorious in the state assembly elections, will be sworn in along with his cabinet colleagues at the Mohababadi ground in Ranchi on December 27. Soren said this at the first press conference held at the residence of alliance leader Hemant Soren after winning 47 of the 81 seats in the Jharkhand assembly elections. He said that the coalition would inform Governor Draupadi Murmu about his wish and if his consent was received, the program of oath-taking would be held at the Moharbadi ground. Soren will meet Sonia today When asked about the structure of the government, Jharkhand in-charge of the Congress, RPN Singh and Hemant Soren, said that they would go to Delhi today for a detailed discussion and talk to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and former president Rahul Gandhi.
The BJP gained just 25 seats with the defeat of ruling BJP Chief Minister Raghubar Das and party state president Laxman Giluva.
The JMM has called a meeting of newly elected MLAs at the residence of party president Shibu Soren today. Party spokesperson and general secretary Supriyo Bhattacharya said that after the meeting of the party’s legislature party on Tuesday, a meeting of the alliance’s legislature party will be called after formally elected Hemant Soren as the leader of the government in the state. The claim of formation will be presented to the Governor. Crown again five years Please tell that Hemant Soren resigned from his post five years ago on December 23 after losing the Jharkhand Assembly elections on the same day. Exactly five years later, where the BJP came to the fore without a coalition and lost badly, JMM leader Soren contested the alliance with the Congress and the RJD and won an absolute majority. Now, 19 years after the formation of Jharkhand, for the first time JMM is going to form a government with full pre-poll allies. Hemant Soren took over as the Chief Minister of Jharkhand on 13 July 2013 for the first time at the age of 38. He remained in this post till December 23, 2014 and as the acting Chief Minister till December 28, 2014. Born on August 10, 1975, Soren is the son of former Union Minister and three-time Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Shibu Soren. Shibu Soren took over the reins of the state thrice but he could not run the government even once.