Addressing JMM's 43rd foundation day function at Golf Ground, Soren alleged that Jharkhandi youth "are being beaten and driven out in other states when they go there for job."
He maintained that the Raghubar Das government had amended law for recruitment of police in which candidates of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh have been given priority.
"I have solid documents about it and I warn the state government to stop such law. If youth of state resist administration would find it hard to rein in them," he said.
The JMM leader charged that after Dumka rally on February 2, attempt was being made to gag his voice but he would not stop speaking in interest of state's youth.
Soren further charged that Das has struck a major deal in renewal of Tata Steel land lease in Jamshedpur.
"My government had made it clear that Tata Steel lease would be renewed only after the company paid Rs 350 crore but the Raghubar Das government has renewed it on far lesser amount," he alleged.
Beside Sibu Soren, four MLAs of the party, Stiphen Marandi, Yogandra Mahto, Jai Prakash Bhai Patel and Jaggarnath Mahto also addressed the meeting.

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