Who is Champai Soren?: New Chief Minister of Jharkhand
Champai Soren is currently serving as the Chief Minister of Jharkhand. Champai Soren is an Indian politician affiliated with the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, Representing the Seraikella constituency in the Jharkhand Assembly, Champai has had a long political career. Champai is not the brother of former chief minister of jharkhand, hemant soren.
Champai Soren was the Cabinet Minister of Transport, Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Caste & Backward class welfare in Hemant’s cabinet. Champai did his matriculation From R K M High School in Jamshedpur in the year 1974.
Champai Soren net worth is approsximately around Rs 2.5 Crores in 2024. Champai has declared Rs 76,50,059 worth of liabilities in 2019. Champai Soren is the eldest son of Simal Soren who is a farmer.
Champai Soren is elected member of the Jharkhand Assembly for multiple terms, starting from 2005 to the present. Over the years, Champai has held various crucial positions, showcasing his dedication to public service.
From 2009 to 2014, during his tenure in the 3rd Jharkhand Assembly, he served as the Cabinet Minister for Science and Technology, Labour, and Housing from September 2010 to January 2013. Subsequently, Champai Soren was Cabinet Minister for Food and Civil Supplies, as well as Transport, from July 2013 to December 2014.
Continuing his political journey, Soren was re-elected to the 4th Jharkhand Assembly from 2014 to 2019 and secured another term in the 5th Jharkhand Assembly from 2019 to 2024. During this period, Champai once again assumed the role of Cabinet Minister, overseeing Transport, Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Caste & Backward class welfare, starting from January 28, 2020, and continuing to the present.
In 2024, Champai Soren achieved a huge milestone by becoming the 6th Chief Minister of Jharkhand, solidifying his leadership role in the state. Champai Soren political journey reflects a deep commitment to the welfare of the people, with a focus on areas such as transport, welfare of scheduled tribes, scheduled castes, and backward classes.