Marandi holds Tribal Rights Motorcycle Rally in Sahibganj

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Marandi holds Tribal Rights Motorcycle Rally in Sahibganj

Sunday, 26 November 2023 | PNS | Ranchi

BJP State President and former Chief Minister Babulal Marandi today participated in the motorcycle rally organized by BJP Tribal Morcha in Sahibganj. Marandi started the rally by garlanding the statue of immortal martyr Sido Kanhu Chand Bhairav in Bhognadih. On this occasion, National President of Scheduled Tribe Morcha, MP Sameer Oraon, State President of Morcha and former MLA Shivshankar Oraon were also present.

Tribal Rights Motorcycle Rally starting from Bhognadih, starting from Barhet, Panchkathia, Kundli, Kusma, Bargahi, Hathibathan, Dharampur Mod, Munh Joda, Sim Long, Rampur, Tilhabad, Sundar Mod, Karma Tand, Ghatyari, Kahuadhab, Buari Jor, Kushbeela, Raja. It was held in Bhitha, Narayanpur, Kusma Valley, Mohanpur, Lal Matia, Dhan Kunda, Ramkola, Madwa Tola, Borio, Dumariya football grounds.

While talking to the media in Sahebganj before the rally, BJP State President and former Chief Minister Babulal Marandi countered the Chief Minister's statement and said that I will tell the coming generations of my family to work as labourers to feed themselves but not become like the Soren family.

He said that any family or person who loves Jharkhand will give this advice to their children. Sorens cannot be their role model.

He said that the family which left no stone unturned in looting Jharkhand and which betrayed the separate state movement cannot be an ideal for Jharkhand.

Speaking on ED's action, he said that ED is doing its work. If the Chief Minister is spotless then why did he keep running away? Why are you not respecting ED's summons? The Chief Minister is breaking the law while holding the constitutional post. Then how will this government make the common man follow the rules. He said that ED should now take legal action against the Chief Minister.

He said that the INDI Alliance is an alliance of corruption. All the corrupt are uniting against Modi. The public understands this. Therefore, in the coming days, the public will give its answer in the EVM machine.

He said that the people of the country and the state are determined to form the Modi government for the third time. In 2024, NDA alliance will win 14 Lok Sabha seats of Jharkhand. A strong government will be formed at the center under the leadership of Modi.

‘Govt saving Bangladeshi infiltrators’

State BJP spokesperson Pratul Shahdev today said that the Hemant Soren government is playing with the security and sovereignty of the nation by giving protection to Bangladeshi infiltrators.

Pratul said that under Section 3(2)(e) and 3(2)(c) of the Foreigners Act 1946 and the Passport Act 1920 and Article 258 (1) of the Indian Constitution, the State Government has been issued Order No. 590 (F No. 4/3/56 - (I), The responsibility of arresting and expelling foreign infiltrators has been given to the state government since April 19, 1958. Despite that, the state government is sitting confused on this entire issue. Because of these infiltrators It is being used as a vote bank. Pratul said that the State Government had given the right to cancel the fake Aadhaar cards of infiltrators by the Home Ministry in 2019 itself by making it a standard operating procedure. The card can be cancelled. The state government used to blame the Centre. But now it is clear that the responsibility of cancelling the Aadhaar card and expelling these infiltrators entirely lies with the state government.

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