The path of Jharkhand movement leader Shibu Soren’s son and political heir Hemant Soren to become the Chief Minister of Jharkhand once again is almost cleared. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, Congress and RJD alliance are seen getting 41 seats required for majority. At the same time, the BJP’s campaign appears to be limited to 30 seats. We are sharing some interesting information about Hemant Soren, who is going to become the new Chief Minister of Jharkhand.
Hemant Soren was born on 10 August 1975 to Shibu Soren and Rupi Soren. Hemant’s family has two brothers and a sister besides the parents. Hemint studied 12th from Patna High School. After this, he also took admission in BIT Mesra in mechanical engineering to do engineering but could not complete his studies. Hemant Soren was married to Kalpana. They both have two children. When Hemant was 25 years old, Jharkhand broke away from Bihar to form a new state. His father Shibu Soren had a major role in the Jharkhand state movement.
Hemant’s father Shibu Soren has been the Chief Minister of Jharkhand. Once in jail, Shibu Soren became the chief minister directly after being released from jail. However, his political career went downhill after being implicated in a murder case. Meanwhile, Hemant Soren appears in politics. Hemant Soren was a member of Rajya Sabha from 24 June 2009 to 4 January 2010.
Hemant Soren was sworn in as the fifth Chief Minister of Jharkhand on July 15, 2013, with the support of the Congress and the RJD, after the removal of President’s rule. However, he was able to continue on the post of Chief Minister till 28 December 2014. After this, in the assembly elections held in Jharkhand, BJP-AJSU alliance got majority and Hemant Soren leader came in the role of opposition.
Raghuvar Das as leader opposition fiercely targeted
Hemant Soren kept himself relevant in the politics of Jharkhand. The government formed in Jharkhand, riding on the Modi wave, but Raghuvar Das failed to catch the pulse of the public. He could not directly connect with the public. At the same time Hemant Soren continued to be an attacker on the government as the leader of the opposition. In Jharkhand, he strongly criticized the government over the death of a girl child named Santoshi, and demanded a CBI inquiry. The BJP government tried to implement the Chota Nagpur Tenancy Act and Santhal Parganas Tenancy Act, but Hemant Soren raised the question of the Moolnivasi so loudly that the BJP had to defer its plan.