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On the first day of the budget session, the Finance Minister presented the third supplementary budget of Rs 4,981 crore

Latest Updated 24/02/2024: The seven-day budget session of the Jharkhand Assembly began on Friday amid uproar by the opposition. As soon as the House proceedings started at 11.07 am, BJP and AJSU MLAs started creating ruckus in the well demanding a CBI inquiry into the JSSC CGL exam paper leak case. Amidst the uproar, Finance Minister Dr. Rameshwar Oraon presented the third supplementary budget of Rs 4,981 crore for 2023-24.

As soon as the House proceedings began, BJP MLA Amit Mandal asked Speaker Rabindranath Mahato what happened in the JSSC paper leak case. On this the Speaker said that these will be discussed in the ongoing session. But, BJP MLAs started creating ruckus in the well. All the MLAs were demanding a CBI inquiry. AJSU MLA Lambodar Mahato also started demanding an investigation. Opposition MLAs displayed pamphlets demanding a CBI inquiry and raised slogans against the state government. Opposition leader Amar Bauri said that the state government has brought a law to stop cheating in job examinations, yet the paper was leaked. Therefore there should be a CBI investigation. On this, MLA Pradeep Yadav said that the issue of paper leak is serious. 

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The government should take strict action, but even in the UP government, the paper has been leaked in the constable recruitment exam. This is the 43rd incident in the country. The Speaker urged the rioting MLAs to return to their seats. The House lasted for about 40 minutes and after paying tribute to the deceased people associated with political, social, sports, literature and art world, the proceedings were adjourned till 11 am on February 26.

Hearing on Hemant's application to participate in the session on 26th February

The matter of former Chief Minister Hemant Soren attending the Assembly session will now be heard in the High Court on February 26. During the hearing on Hemant's application on Friday, ED was requested to give time to file its reply. Accepting this request, the court of Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad fixed the said date. Also directed ED to file its reply on 26th February. Let us tell you that ED had arrested Hemant Soren in the land scam. He is currently in judicial custody in Birsa Munda Central Jail, Ranchi. 

During the hearing held on Friday, Advocate General Rajeev Ranjan presented Hemant Soren's side, whereas Hemant's presence in the House was considered necessary due to important bills being passed in the House. On behalf of ED, it was said that if the applicant had to join the House then why was the petition filed at the last moment. Needs time to respond.