Raghubar Das to be first non-tribal Jharkhand chief minister

Updated: Dec 26, 2014, 14:58 IST | Agencies |

Jharkhand is all set to get its first non-tribal chief minister with Raghubar Das being elected as the BJP state legislature party leader Friday

Ranchi: Jharkhand is all set to get its first non-tribal chief minister with Raghubar Das being elected as the BJP state legislature party leader Friday.

Das, a five-time legislator from East Jamshedpur, will be the 10th chief minister of Jharkhand.

The Bharatiya Janata Party-All Jharkhand Students Union alliance won a clear majority in the assembly elections. The BJP emerged as the single largest party with 37 seats, while the AJSU bagged five in the 81-seat assembly.

 

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