Haryana and Maharashtra election results give ammunition to Jharkhand opposition 

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Ranchi: Just ahead of Jharkhand Assembly Polls Haryana and Maharashtra election results have delivered the kind of ammunition that the opposition parties in Jharkhand were looking for. However, the icing on the cake remains the bypoll results in which BJP could not retain many seats. Also, the defeat of MLAs who had changed fence has brought back smile on the faces of opposition leaders in Jharkhand.

Post Lok Sabha election results, BJP looked invincible, but the ruling party could not touch the magic figure in one state and got fewer seats than expected in another. This has pumped in a new lease of life to the opposition in Jharkhand.

Soon after trends began to reflect that BJP would not be getting a majority both in Maharashtra and Haryana, leader of opposition Hemant Soren tweeted a video message, in which he said, “The results of Haryana and Maharashtra proves that on the basis of money and public relation management, people cannot be deceived for long. In Jharkhand also the way the government is using money, it will not work.”

“There is one thing more, the MLAs who have betrayed public, they have been taught a lesson by the people during the state elections and bypolls,” Soren added.

He claimed that in Jharkhand, the fight is between the ones who looted the state and the ones who are struggling for it.

And JMM working president did not forget to correlate with the MLAs who jumped the fence but lost with Jharkhand. On Wednesday itself, five legislators from different opposition parties had joined BJP.

“There is one thing more, the MLAs who have betrayed public, they have been taught a lesson by the people during the state elections and bypolls,” Soren added.

What impact it would have on Jharkhand Assembly Polls, Marandi said, “It will have a major impact in Jharkhand as in Maharashtra and Haryana party had also claimed that they had done a lot of work in the past five years but here Raghubar Das cannot even make such claims. People in general, including BJP workers are not happy with Raghubar Das and his style of functioning, so BJP is not going to come back in Jharkhand.”

The first chief minister of Jharkhand and president of Jharkhand Vikash Morcha (JVM) Babulal Marandi went ahead and told eNewsroom, “Now the downfall of BJP has begun.”

He reasoned for his statement, “In both the states, BJP had put its might and spent a lot of money. They even used public exchequers but could not manage to get the majority on its own.”

On being asked, what impact it would have on Jharkhand Assembly Polls, Marandi said, “It will have a major impact in Jharkhand as in Maharashtra and Haryana party had also claimed that they had done a lot of work in the past five years but here Raghubar Das cannot even make such claims. People in general, including BJP workers are not happy with Raghubar Das and his style of functioning, so BJP is not going to come back in Jharkhand.”

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