Jharkhand Government


Jharkhand government is formed of the legislative council comprised of members elected from the 81 assembly constituencies of the state. The executive council of the government in Jharkhand is responsible for looking after the various departments that are committed towards the governance of the state in its various aspects. The head of the government of Jharkhand is the Chief Minister and currently the Chief Minister of the state is Hemand Soren. Dr. Syed Ahmed is the Governor of Jharkhand at present.

Formation of the Jharkhand Government



The center of the Jharkhand government is the 81 member strong legislative council of the state. It is presided over by the speaker of the house. The executive council in Jharkhand government is formed of 11 cabinet ministers. Together they share the responsibilities for about 50 key departments of the state's organisation.

Political Profile of Jharkhand Government



The assembly elections were held once in five years in Jharkhand. There is a mammoth electoral process in the state that see as many as nine national parties, four state parties and about forty regional and registered parties competing for the laurels. Therefore, there is no doubt that there were vigorous shifts and consolidations of alliances in the state. The legislative council itself is an eclectic mix of parties. The government at Jharkhand is committed towards the betterment of the state's holistic profile.

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Last Updated on : September 19, 2014

     


     

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