If BJP Is Not Defeated, Tribals Will Be Uprooted: Jharkhand Chief Minister

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 3/4/2024 10:58:44 AM

Ranchi, Mar 03 Jharkhand Chief Minister Champai Soren on Saturday alleged that the BJP would loot tribal land and uproot them from forests and coalbearing areas, if the party is not defeated in the upcoming LokSabha polls. He said that the BJP government at the Centre attempted to amend various laws that protect tribal rights but the coalition dispensation in the state would be protesting against such attempts. The CM was delivering his concluding remarks in the state assembly, amid the walk-out of BJP legislators from the House. The seven-day budget session of the assembly, which started from February 23, was adjourned sine die by Speaker Rabindra Nath Mahto. As many as four bills, including an International University Bill, 2024, were passed on the concluding day of the session.“This budget session highlighted the achievements of the government in past four years. A budget of ₹ 1,28,900 crore was passed for the fiscal 2024-25 and the government set a target to make Jharkhand a ₹ 10 lakh crore economy by 2029- 30,” Mahto said. The chief minister said that the "BJP government has made amendments in the forest right Act, under which the power of gram sabha has been snatched. Similarly, an attempt is being made to amend the Coal Bearing Areas (Acquisition and Development) Act and Chotanagpur Tenancy Act". “The Centre has planned to strategically drive out tribals from forest, coalbearing areas and other places through the amendments.


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