Just before the Rajya Sabha elections, Lalu Prasad Yadav's daughter-in-law and Tejashwi's wife Rajshree has become active in the politics of Bihar. Actually, Lalu family is preparing to launch Rajshree. After his wife and daughter, Lalu Yadav is now preparing to enter his daughter-in-law into the political field. Two Rajya Sabha seats from RJD quota are falling vacant. Rajshree Yadav can be sent to Rajya Sabha on one seat. Let us tell you, Tejashwi Yadav, son of Bihar Deputy CM and RJD President Lalu Prasad Yadav, was married to Rajshree in the year 2021. Earlier Rajshree's name was Rachel. After marriage, he changed his name to Rajshree. Rajshree belongs to a Christian family from Rewari, Haryana and lived in Delhi since childhood. Tejashwi Yadav and Rajshree studied together in DPS School in RK Puram, New Delhi. Rajshree used to work as an air-hostess before marriage. Rajshree had told that she has studied till graduation. Now news has come that Rajshree is also taking entry in politics. Let us tell you, the Election Commission has issued a notification on Thursday for the elections on six Rajya Sabha seats of Bihar. The tenure of the MPs on these six seats is ending next month. With this, the nomination process for the biennial elections of Rajya Sabha has also started. The process of filing nomination papers will end on February 15. Out of these half-dozen seats, three seats each are with the state's ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the Grand Alliance. Due to the recent change of party by Janata Dal-United (JDU) President Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, the grand alliance is currently in the role of opposition in the state.
Voting on this date
Voting for Rajya Sabha seat will be held on 27 February. As per the established tradition, voting will take place from 9 am to 4 pm, while counting of votes will take place from 5 pm on the same day. The MPs whose current tenure is about to end include Vashishtha Narayan Singh and Anil Hegde (JDU), Sushil Kumar Modi (BJP), Manoj Kumar Jha and Ashfaq Karim (RJD) and state Congress president Akhilesh Prasad Singh. Three candidates of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led NDA can easily get elected to Rajya Sabha. In Bihar, BJP state president and Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Chaudhary has made it clear that in view of its superior numerical strength, his party will field two candidates this time, while helping ally JDU to win one seat. In the last biennial elections of 2018, the then senior partner JDU had got two seats, while BJP had got one seat.