Ranchi: Former Jharkahnd chief minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arjun Munda, who lost from Kharasawan to JMM's Dashrath Gagrai, on Tuesday said that a 'good' BJP worker will become the next chief minister of the coal-rich state.
Speaking to Zee Media, Munda expressed happiness over BJP's overwhelming performance in the Assembly elections.
The ex-Jharkhand CM said he was happy that the state will get a stable government with BJP in power.
The latest poll results show that the BJP is set to conquer Jharkhand.
A record 66.47 percent polling had been registered in the five-phase polling, which began on November 25.
The parliamentary board of the BJP is scheduled to meet on Wednesday to decide who will lead its government in Jharkhand.
Confirming the development, senior BJP leader Dharmendra Pradhan told ANI, “Party's Parliamentary Board and MLAs will decide tomorrow who will be the leader of the govt in Jharkhand.”
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.
Aniother former Jharkhand CM Madhu Koda lost from Majhgaon(ST) seat to Jharkhand Mukti Morcha candidate Niral Purty by 11,182 votes.
He had fought on a BJP ticket in 2000 and in 2005 as an Independent from Jagannathpur.