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Jharkhand Political Drama Unfolds in Hyderabad as MLAs Seek Strategic Stay


Hyderabad- The political landscape in Jharkhand takes an unexpected turn, with 36 MLAs from the state arriving in Hyderabad, adding an element of suspense to the unfolding events. Two special flights transported the Jharkhand Congress and JMM MLAs from Ranchi Birsa Munda Airport to Hyderabad’s Begumpet Airport. From there, they were directly escorted to a resort in Shameerpet, where they will remain until the schedule for the crucial strength test in the Jharkhand Assembly is finalized.

The orchestration of this move, dubbed “Operation Jharkhand,” has been entrusted to Telangana Congress in-charge Deepa Das Munshi, Minister Ponnam Prabhakar, and AICC Secretary Sampath Kumar by the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC).

This development unfolds against the backdrop of Champay Soren assuming the role of Chief Minister in Jharkhand, garnering support from Congress, JMM, and RJD MLAs. The swearing-in follows the arrest of former CM Hemant Soren by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in a money laundering case. Governor Ramesh Bais has mandated that Champay Soren proves his strength in the assembly within a stipulated 10-day period.

As Hyderabad becomes the temporary epicenter of these political maneuvers, the stay of Jharkhand MLAs in the city adds an intriguing chapter to the unfolding political drama. The strategic move of relocating the MLAs to Hyderabad raises questions about the dynamics at play and sets the stage for a high-stakes political showdown in Jharkhand.

The political developments, coupled with the arrest of a former chief minister, underscore the complexity and intensity of the current scenario. As the MLAs await the assembly’s strength test, the nation watches closely, anticipating the next chapter in this unfolding political saga.


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