After seven hours of questioning in connection with an alleged money laundering case, the ED arrested Hemant Soren on Wednesday evening.
In a bid to take stock of preparations, Thakur and other senior state Congress leaders have been visiting different districts.
Soren has been asked to confirm his availability for questioning on either January 29 or January 31, they said.
The party also decided to launch the ‘Gaon Chalo’ campaign from February 4 to 11 in a bid to ensure victory in all the 14 Lok Sabha seats, the official said.
A circular issued by the state government dated January 21 read that on the occasion of ‘Pran Pratishtha’ of the idol of Lord Ram on January 22 all government offices, public banks will remain closed till 2:30 pm.
Soren, 48, who is also the executive president of JMM, had skipped seven earlier summonses by the ED and finally gave his consent to attend the questioning after the probe agency summoned him for the eighth time.
Most of the districts in Jharkhand recorded temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius while eight districts reported temperatures below five degrees Celsius on Monday.
The minimum temperature is expected to start increasing from January 15 onwards, rising by two to three degrees Celsius.
On Friday, Soren’s JMM-Congress-RJD government will have been in power for four years.
While trying to steal money from the ATM, he was caught in Jharkhand.
The group will put together the Tribal Unity Maharally.
The procession was taken out from Ranchi’s Zila school and it culminated near Raj Bhavan, covering around a two-kilometre stretch.
As the House assembled for the day’s business around 11.07 am, BJP legislator Randhir Singh entered the well to protest against the suspension of the three MLAs.
Speaking to reporters, he said no one would be allowed into the premises of the assembly without an authorised entry pass.
As part of the ‘Vikasit Bharat’ initiative, officials from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting visited Bokaro and Ramgarh.
Light to moderate rains since Tuesday evening have brought down the state’s day temperature, they said.
Anil Bedia, Rajendra Bedia, and Sukra Bedia returned to their village late on Friday night.
Sunil, who also works in such projects, said this was the most difficult time of his life, with none left to tend to his old parents who were in a state of shock.
The condition of the constable was stated to be stable, it said, adding that the combing operation in Maosist-affected areas was still on.