Congress responds to Jharkhand Governor’s statement that he “will cross the bridge” about CM Soren, saying, “If needed, we will also.”

On Monday, while an ED team visited Soren in New Delhi, security was stepped up at the federal government buildings in Ranchi, the CM House, and Raj Bhavan.

head Minister Hemant Soren received a summons from the ED on Monday, and Jharkhand Congress head Rajesh Thakur condemned the governor’s comments on the state’s changing circumstances. He stated that someone holding a constitutional post has to keep out of politics.

After Soren left for Delhi on January 27, amid an ED summons over a money laundering investigation, commotion broke out. His absence from Monday’s planned official activities fueled conjecture, which was already burning.

Governor CP Radhakrishnan declared that he “will cross the bridge when it comes” and that he is monitoring the situation.

As the guardian of the constitution, I am monitoring the general state of affairs. I am carrying out the governor’s duties. When asked if all alternatives were open for the Raj Bhavan, he assured reporters, “We will cross the bridge when it comes.”

The governor, however, rejected the rumors about the President’s authority in the state, stating that it was now a “guesswork” and emphasizing that political parties should stay out of it.

The governor was addressed by Thakur, who shot back, saying, “No one should remain in confusion; if necessary, we will also ‘cross the bridge.'” We in Jharkhand will not allow our majority government to be robbed.

There are false attempts being made to spread the idea that President Rule would be enforced throughout the state. The governor shouldn’t make such remarks because they are constitutionally appointed to their position. He need to keep away from politics, he continued.

When Soren traveled to Delhi, the ED was inquiring as to whether he would be available for interrogation on January 29 or January 31.

Security has also been increased in Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, at important government buildings like Raj Bhavan, CM House, and central government offices. This is because Enforcement Directorate teams have been able to access Soren’s Delhi home in relation to the money laundering probe.

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