Bihar Political Crisis: Tomorrow will be the swearing in of the Grand Alliance government, Nitish will be CM- Sutra
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All eyes in Bihar are now on the meetings called by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's party Janata Dal United (JDU) and the main opposition party Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), so that the state The speculation of political change has intensified. RJD MLA and leader is present at Lalu Prasad Yadav's residence in Patna amid reports of rift between JDU and BJP. The big thing is that mobile phones of all the MLAs have been kept outside the meeting room. The meeting of JDU MLAs has been called to discuss the results of RCP Singh's exit from the party. RJD Sals & Leaders Arrive at the Residence of Party Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, in Patna. The party will hold a meeting at 11 am today amid reports of rifts b/w jd (U) & BJP in the state.
Mobile phones of all mills are being kept outside the meeting room. pic.twitter.com/dfzp54bovp
- ani (@ani) August 9, 2022
Earlier tomorrow, the minister of the state who is considered a confidant of Nitish Referring to the resignation of former JDU national president RCP Singh, Vijay Kumar Chaudhary said, "I do not see a crisis in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA)." The Chief Minister organized his Janata Darbar program, in which several ministers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were present.
Former Speaker of Bihar Legislative Assembly Chaudhary has the department of parliamentary affairs currently in the state cabinet. Chaudhary said, the senior leader must have formed relations with many members during his long term in the party. Now that he has resigned after asking for clarification from him, the need to know how other senior leaders see this episode. Tomorrow's meeting will provide them an opportunity for this. RCP Singh has been close to Nitish Kumar for nearly three decades.
Jagdanand Singh, state president of Bihar's main opposition party RJD, along with Nitish Kumar, also constantly on the speculation of media about new alliance with Nitish Kumar Expressed displeasure and said, no such proposal has been sent from our side nor has we received any such proposal.
Regarding the proposed meeting of RJD MLAs on Mangalawar, he said that our today's today The meeting is not about the tussle in the NDA. This was determined long ago and the Leader of the Opposition in the Bihar Legislative Assembly Tejashwi Yadav wants to have a face-to-face interaction with the party MLAs, many of which are laxing to run the party's membership campaign, which to strengthen the organization. Important.
Meanwhile, in a communication shared by the media by the party, it also said that RJD founder president Lalu Prasad and his political successor to Tejashwi Yadav, all decisions from RJD Has been authorized to take and all the ideas circulated by other party partners will be considered their personal opinion. The authorized Rai will be the attitude of the party with the party leadership.
No response has been revealed by the BJP's state unit till now amid speculation of political changes in Bihar. Late in the evening, party leaders met in closed rooms at the residence of Deputy Chief Minister Tarakishore Prasad and Bihar Assembly Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha, but no one was ready to speak on what the results were. At the national level, the state unit of BJP's leading rival Congress has made one step ahead in the state of speculation of political change in the state, unilaterally announced to support him unconditionally in the event of Nitish's breaking ties.
All India Congress Committee (AICC) Secretary and party MLA Shakeel Ahmed Khan said, all party MLAs have unanimously resolved to support the new equation coming into existence in the event of Nitish's breaking ties with the BJP. Bhakta Charan Das, Bihar in -charge of AICC, is on a scheduled tour of the state. He expressed similar sentiments before the meeting of the legislative party, but when asked if Nitish had talked to Sonia Gandhi on the phone and demanded time to meet him on August 11, he said that he said That they do not know about this.
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