New Delhi: The Jharkhand government on Thursday joined the list of non-BJP-ruled states to withdraw its general consent given to the Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) for conducting probes in the state. With this, Jharkhand becomes the eighth state in a row to evoke the consent, said a report. Also Read - New Toyota Innova Crysta Launched in India at Rs 16.26 Lakh | Check Here Its Latest Features

Congress-ruled Jharkhand joined the ranks of six other opposition-ruled states–Kerala, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra which have shut their gates to the probing agency. Tripura and Mizoram are the two other states that had withdrawn the consent. Also Read - Qatar Authorities Identify Parents Who Abandoned Infant At Airport Toilet

Hence, from now on, the agency will have to seek the state government’s prior permission before registering a case and conducting investigation regarding any case. Also Read - Irrfan Khan's Son Babil Shares Fond Memory of The Actor Playing Prank While Clicking