Kharswan (Jharkhand): Congress and Jharkhand Vikas
Morcha (Prajatantrik) (JVM) were trying to confuse people to
destabilize Jharkhand politically, BJP state president
Dineshanand Goswami said here on Monday.
The JVM and Congress had the opportunity to form
government last year after the Sibu Soren-headed coalition
ministry was reduced to minority following withdrawal of
support by BJP, but they did not come forward, Goswami said.
Now when the present government under Munda was
carrying out developmental work, the JVM-Congress ganged up
again to destabilize the Munda government, he said.
Congress and JVM had contested the last assembly
election in alliance but separated following differences.
He was campaigning in support of the ruling NDA
candidate and Chief Minister Arjun Munda for the assembly
by-poll in Kharswan on February 10.
Describing Munda as a `symbol of development` in the
state, Goswami said the present coalition government was
committed to provide a development-oriented governance and
effectively initiated steps in this regard.
He also lambasting the Centre for overlooking the
interest of Jharkhand.