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I will follow court order: Soren

A Correspondent | July 29, 2004 17:20 IST

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha chief Shibu Soren, who was asked by the Jharkhand high court on Thursday to surrender before the sub-divisional judicial magistrate in Jamtara before August 2, has said he will follow the court order.

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Speaking to NDTV India from "somewhere in the jungles of Jharkhand," Soren said he has full confidence in the country's judicial system.

Soren, who has been in hiding ever since a non-bailable warrant was issued against him in the Chirrudih massacre case of 1975, resigned from the Union Cabinet on July 24.

The JMM chief said the arrest warrant against him was a politically motivated move of the Jharkhand government. "But I am not afraid. They have dug up a 30-year-old case against me. People of Jharkhand will give a fitting reply to this," he said.



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Sub: Chor Sipahi ka khel!

Yesterday, I read an interveiw between an Hindustan Times journalist with Shibu Soren. Today, of course, is this article in the Rediff. It appears the ...


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Dear Sir/Madam, I would request you to investigate one more thing. Is there some technical law in IPC that states that if no action is ...


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Whatever said and done, any individual on this earth has to have self-consciousness. Speaking from the jungles and simply telling that "I have full faith ...


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I have heard Veerappan hiding in Jungle and giving Interviews from there.This is the first time that a Central Minister is doing the same.Kudos to ...


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