ACTION PUNJAB NEWS Desk: Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren’s ED remand has been extended for five more days. On Wednesday, advocate general Rajeev Ranjan, who appeared for the former Jharkhand CM, stated that Hemant Soren was kept in a basement room with no windows.
“The sunlight does not reach there, and even air passes through a pipe. Even when Hemant Soren is sleeping, armed guards keep an eye on him,” the AG claimed.
On February 2, Hemant Soren was remanded to ED for five days, which has now been extended for another five days. The AG stated that Hemant Soren has been interrogated for 120 hours over the last five days.
On February 5, Hemant Soren participated in the Champai Soren government’s floor test, which the JMM-led coalition won with a 47:29 majority. Before the vote, Hemant Soren spoke about his arrest, describing it as an example of how Dalits and tribals are oppressed in society.
He claimed that the governor’s house also played a role in his arrest and that if there was any evidence against him, he would leave politics. After the floor test, Hemant Soren was brought back to the ED office.
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