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No one has the right to take law in their hands says Hemant, warns of strict action against trouble-mongers

Dumka, Jan 26 (GCCurrentAffairs) Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that no one in the state has the right to take law in their hands and those who do so the government will take strict action against them.

Addressing the people after hosting the national flag and inspecting the parade on the occasion of the 71st Republic Day during a function held at the police lines here he said that the government and administration will work with sensitivity and along with that the government will deal severely with those who would try to destroy the peace and harmony of the state.

“The government will not bow down before mob-violence and neither the mob will be allowed to do its own,” he said adding that he was deeply hurt by the incidents of Lohardaga and Chaibasa. He said that he would appeal to all the citizens of the state to air their views.

Hemant said that all the people have right to live as per their tradition and culture as the Constitution of India gives the right to all the people to live and practice the religion of their choice and speak the language which they want and follow the culture and tradition in which they believe.

The Chief Minister said that the state government will function as per the provisions of the constitution and as per the decisions of the supreme court and no one can be allowed to challenge the constitution and no one can also be allowed to indulge in violence. He said the government will severely deal with those forces who will try to destroy the peace of the state.

Via UNI-India

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