Amid intense political activity in Jharkhand, a special Ranchi court on Saturday allowed former chief minister Hemant Soren to participate in the floor test on 5 February, which will seal the fate of newly appointed CM Champai Soren.
Jharkhand Advocate General Rajiv Ranjan said that the Enforcement Directorate vehemently objected to any such permission to Hemant Soren, but the court allowed the JMM chief to participate in the process. "Now the cat is out of the bag.
The purpose of arresting Hemant Soren was to bring down the government by not allowing one MLA to participate in the floor test voting.
The entire exercise is malafide which has been our stand from the very beginning," the advocate general said.