Champai Soren Takes Oath As Jharkhand Chief Minister, Asked To Prove Majority Within 10 Days

Champai Soren has been given 10 days to prove his government's majority, said state Congress chief Rajesh Thakur whose party is a part of the JMM-led alliance, according to news agency PTI. "We stand united. Our alliance is very strong. No one can break it," Champai Soren had said.
Champai Soren New Chief Minister Of Jharkhand

Champai Soren is the sixth CM from Jharkhand’s Kolhan region which comprises East Singhbhum, West Singhbhum and Seraikela-Kharsawan districts.

Ranchi: JMM leader Champai Soren on Friday took oath as the 12th chief minister of Jharkhand. He was administered the oath of office by Governor C P Radhakrishnan at the Raj Bhavan in Ranchi. The oath ceremony was attended by senior leaders of the JMM-led alliance.
Senior Congress leader Alamgir Alam and RJD leader Satyanand Bhokta also took oath as state ministers in the ceremony that was held at the Durbar Hall of the Raj Bhavan.
The 67-year-old tribal leader is the sixth CM from Jharkhand’s Kolhan region which comprises East Singhbhum, West Singhbhum and Seraikela-Kharsawan districts.
Champai Soren was invited to the chief minister's post on Thursday after he urged the governor to accept his claim to form the government at the earliest as there was "confusion" in the state which was without a chief minister since the resignation of Hemant Soren on Wednesday, deepening a political crisis.
Champai Soren has been given 10 days to prove his government's majority, said state Congress chief Rajesh Thakur whose party is a part of the JMM-led alliance, according to news agency PTI.
"We stand united. Our alliance is very strong. No one can break it," Champai Soren had said.
Meanwhile, MLAs of the ruling JMM-led coalition are being moved to Hyderabad to prevent opposition BJP from making attempts to "poach" them.
"We were given 10 days to prove the government's majority. We can’t take any chance during the period as the BJP might try to contact our MLAs," the senior leader told PTI.
A video released by the JMM-led coalition on Thursday showed the support of 43 legislators in the 81-member Jharkhand assembly.
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