After 5 years in Bihar, the alliance between Nitish Kumar’s party JDU and BJP has broken again. This has been announced in the meeting of JDU MPs and MLAs at the Chief Minister’s residence. Here, Nitish has sought an appointment with Governor Fagu Singh Chouhan.
From now on, the Chief Minister will go to the Raj Bhavan with JDU leaders. Tejashwi will also be with him. Police have barricaded near Raj Bhavan. Heavy police force has also been deployed. Here, RJD, Congress and Left parties have prepared a letter to support the Nitish government.
Meanwhile, Congress MLA Shakeel Ahmed Khan has said that Nitish Kumar will be the Chief Minister of the Grand Alliance. Everything has been settled.
Big updates of political upheaval…
RJD Legislature Party leader Tejashwi Yadav will visit Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s residence in a short while from now to hand over his letter of support. Tejashwi will hand over letters of support to about 115 MLAs.
According to sources, Tejashwi Yadav has demanded the Home Ministry before the formation of the new government. The Home Ministry is still with Nitish.
Today’s important statement….
Rohini Acharya, Lalu Yadav’s daughter – prepare for the coronation, lantern holders are coming.
Jitan Ram Manjhi, former Chief Minister – Whatever the equation is in Bihar. We stand firmly with Nitish Kumar.
Neeraj Singh, JDU- A conspiracy has been hatched against our leader. Attempts were made to shorten his stature. Will tell you everything soon.
What is Nitish’s action plan?
BJP quota ministers will be sacked
According to sources, the ministers of BJP quota included in the Nitish cabinet can be sacked. The Chief Minister can submit a letter in this regard to the Governor. There are currently 16 ministers from BJP quota in the Nitish cabinet, including 2 deputy CMs.
Preparing in advance for the floor test
After the breakdown of the alliance, Nitish Kumar is now also preparing to conduct a floor test. According to sources, all the MLAs have been instructed to stay in Patna for the next 72 hours. JDU has 45 MLAs in Bihar Assembly.
Crisis on membership of 14 RJD-ML MLAs
The sword hangs on the membership of 14 MLAs on the basis of the recommendation of the Ethics Committee of the Assembly on the issue of heavy uproar in the Assembly in the budget session last year and the misbehavior of Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha by the opposition MLAs. Amidst the ongoing political activity in the state, apprehension of taking decisions on this issue is also being expressed.
In fact, the Ethics Committee’s recommendation is still under consideration at the Speaker’s level. What action has been recommended in that report will be known only after it is presented in the House. But if sources are to be believed, the danger of losing the membership of the accused 14 MLAs remains intact.