Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren directs Anti-Corruption Bureau probe into irregular sources of Raghubar Das’s ministers

Reported By: Aayushi| Edited By: Aayushi |Provide: ANI |Updated: Jun 01, 2022, 09: 47 AM IST

The Jharkhand authorities has ordered the Anti-Corruption Bureau to attain an investigation into the alleged disproportionate sources of ministers of the outdated authorities headed by Raghubar Das of the BJP. Raghubar Das is a dilapidated Chief Minister of Jharkhand. New Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has ordered an investigation of 5 ministers of dilapidated Chief Minister Raghubar Das’s cupboard within the talked about case which is being heard by the Jharkhand High Court for the time being.

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This case dates again to the year 2020. A Public Curiosity Litigation (PIL) used to be filed within the case of disproportionate sources by the applicant Pankaj Kumar Yadav Vs Dispute of Jharkhand and dilapidated ministers of the outdated authorities of the inform. Within the context of this petition, the inform authorities has ordered an ACB inquiry on Tuesday. Petitioner Pankaj Kumar claimed that the question for finishing up an investigation of disproportionate sources against dilapidated Jharkhand Chief Minister R Das authorities’s dilapidated ministers Randhir Singh, Neelkanth Singh Munda, Louis Marandi, Neera Yadav and Amar Kumar Bauri used to be from the Jharkhand High Court.

On this petition, Pankaj Kumar claimed, “within the affidavits submitted to the Election Commission at some level of the time of submitting nomination for candidature within the 2014 assembly elections, it has been noticed that sources of the talked about ministers elevated from 200 per cent to 1,200 per cent.”

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