Priority is to form stable govt in Jharkhand: BJP leader Arjun Munda

mundaRANCHI: Former chief minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arjun Munda on Tuesday said that the first priority for Jharkhand is to get a stable government in the Assembly elections.
Speaking to the media, Munda said that its is a good sign that trends are indicating a victory for the BJP.He further said that more good news will come for the BJP as the final results come out.Earlier this month, Munda, who headed coalition governments three times in Jharkhand had said policy making gets hindered if there is no majority.
The nearly four-week long elections to the Assembly concluded on December 20 to decide its fate after two previous voters’ verdict throwing a hung House.A record 66.47 percent polling had been registered in the five-phase polling, which began on November 25.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren (JMM -Dumka and Barhait seats) and ex-CMs Arjun Munda (BJP-Kharsawan), Madhu Koda (Jai Bharat Samanta Party-Majhgaon) and Babulal Marandi (Jharkhand Vikas Morcha-Dhanwar-Giridih) are among the total 1,136 candidates, including 111 women, who contested the polls.
Other prominent candidates in the fray were Speaker Shashank Sekhar Bhokta (JMM) from Sarath and ex-Speaker C P Singh (BJP) from Ranchi.

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