Jharkhand:- Dissatisfaction with Hemant Soren is increasing over the language dispute. The question of the Jharkhand government is rising over the language dispute. Former MP cum JMM supremo Krishna Mardi on Thursday lashed out at Hemant Soren’s government over the language dispute. During the interaction with the media, he said that when Bhojpuri, Magahi, Angika and Urdu are not the regional languages of Jharkhand, then by forcibly implementing them, the government of Hemant Soren is taking Jharkhand towards unrest. By giving them the status of regional language, the state government has deeply hurt the interest of Jharkhandis. Due to this decision of the state government, a language dispute has arisen in Jharkhand.
A conspiracy is being hatched to make Jharkhandis fight among themselves. This will cause unrest in the state. He said that the local and planning policy has not yet been formulated in the state. Jharkhand agitators have not got respect till date. Taking these subjects seriously, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (Ulgulan) is going to revolutionize again. A huge gathering will be organized by Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (Ulgulan) on March 3.
Former MP Kushna Mardi said that the state government should immediately withdraw the decision taken regarding the language. He demanded to implement the Khatian and Planning policy of 1932 in Jharkhand. Kaviraj Rubin Hansda, Labho Mahto, Ganga Das etc. were present on the occasion. Martyrdom Day of Somay Gagrai celebrated in Barabambo: The Martyrs Memorial Committee, near the main square at Barabambo, celebrated the martyrdom day of former West Singhbhum Congress Party leader Somay Gagrai on Thursday.
On this occasion Somay Gagrai’s wife Pagela Gagrai and daughter Sunita Gagrai paid tribute to him. After this, party workers, including social workers, paid tribute to Somay Gagrai by garlanding the statue. It is to be known that on February 17, 2008, Somay Gagrai was shot dead by unknown criminals in Chakradharpur. Senior leader Mangal Singh Hansda, JMM District Vice President Pran Melgandi, Sangi Hembram, Chintamani Mahto, Mangilal Purti, Sachin Gwala, Pradeep Gupta etc. were present on the occasion.