JMM says no deal on sharing of govt in Jharkhand
Bokaro: Jharkhand Deputy Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Sunday dismissed media reports that BJP and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha had struck a deal to share government nearly two years ago.
"I don`t know of any such deal. There is no threat to the government," Soren said while dismissing media reports.
He was responding to a section of media reports that there had been a deal between the JMM and the BJP that they would rule the state for 28 months each when they rejoined to form the government in September 2010 under the leadership of Chief Minister Arjun Munda.
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