How did Hemant Soren become CM?
Jharkhand is a multi-lingual and diverse civilized state. About 5% of the people speak Hindi, but 10% of the Santhals and Bengali speakers also live. In addition to this, 5% of the population’s main language is Urdu. The tribal languages, as it is, are three-thirds of the speakers of Mandari and Korokh. The number of native speakers in Orissa in the south and in the South is also one and a half percent respectively. The majority of the province is 5% Hindu, but there are 5% Muslims here. The second largest minority after them is religionism, which is 5%. The Christian population is less than four and a half percent. Due to this difference, no party has a clear majority here. This is the reason why the BJP, who is now chanting slogans, could not even cross. She lost 5 seats and lost the match against the 3.
Hemant Soren Takes Oath as Jharkhand CM and Has Constituency
Like the BJP, its former aide was at a loss. Among them, the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha came down from three to three, meaning it lost four seats. Similarly, AJSU also lost 4 seats and jumped to 5-6. On the contrary, the BJP’s deficit became the advantage of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha and it went up to 5%. The big gain from JMM was for the Congress, which increased its seats by 6 and thus rose to 6%. RJD, also involved in the mahogany bandh, opened its own account and registered a seat. Unlike the two, the Janata Dal (U), a JP and the Bahujan Samaj Party, who were contesting their respective elections, could not even open their account. MIM got less votes than Tota Nota.
This change may seem obvious, but why?
It is important to look at the factors that influence the results. Jharkhand has held elections four times since its departure from Bihar, but never a single party has got a clear majority. In 5, the BJP won four seats and the BJP was lacking. In 2009, the JMM and the BJP got three seats and they had to complete the reduction in government. In 5, the BJP won four seats, but it had to unite with AJSU to meet the shortfall of four seats. This time, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha has won six seats, but it has a majority with the Congress and the JDU, which is affiliated with it before the elections. The purpose of presenting these figures is to show that governance has not been possible without the participation of other parties in the province. That is why even before the election, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha formed a mahogany bandh with the Congress and the RJD. On the contrary, the BJP ended its affiliation with the AJSU and broke the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha as its enemy.
Why did the BJP do this stupid?
The reason for this lies in the spectacular success achieved within parliamentary elections. AJSU’s alliance with the BJP in the national elections six months ago, it got 5% of the vote. As a result, he won 2 out of 5 seats. Three of those seats came in the BJP and one was won by AJSU. This success made the BJP feel as it had a top priority in six provincial constituencies. Of them 1 in 4 thousand, then in 3 it had a lead of more than 3 thousand votes. It was expected that the proportion of votes in the provincial elections would fall by about 5 percent, so even if the BJP comes at 5 percent, the majority will be easily won.