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Jharkhand Vikas Manch to expose the state government

Written by: Staff
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Jamshedpur, Apr 15 (UNI) Jharkhand Vikas Manch (JVM), a non-political forum, launched by BJP national vice-president Babulal Marandi and former Deputy Chief Minister Stephen Marandi, has decided to expose the Arjun Munda government's ''misrule'' in the state.

The JVM, an amalgamation of like-minded leaders, cutting across party lines came under one umbrella to launch the ''Jharkhand Bachao Abhiyan'' to create awareness among the people about the ''failure'' of the government on all fronts and also emerge as an alternative force.

In a joint press meet, the JVM leaders from Kolhan region, which included Jharkhand Peoples'Party(JPP) president Surya Singh Besra, former state president of Samajwadi Party Banna Gupta, expelled BJP leaders Abhay Singh and Vinod Srivastava, unequivocally vowed to expose the deep rooted corruption prevailing in the state and fulfil the aspirations of the people of Jharkhand, which remained a distant dream even after six years of its formation.

The leaders said the JVM would convene a meeting here on May 14 to be attended by Babulal Marandi, Stephen Marandi, BJP leader Shailendra Mahto, Praveen Singh, Devendra Champia, Ram Dayal Munda and a host of other prominent personalities and intellectuals, to chalk out its future course of action.

The leaders said the situation of Jharkhand had become worse than what it was under the then Bihar and stressed the need for change of guard. The JVM was also contemplating to form of a third front in Jharkhand as both the ruling NDA and the Opposition failed to deliver goods, the leaders said.

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