Bihar Political Crisis / After resignation Nitish again reached Raj Bhavan - handed over the letter of support of 164 MLAs to the Governor

Zoom News : Aug 09, 2022, 06:24 PM
Bihar Political Crisis: The alliance between JDU and BJP in Bihar has broken again after 5 years. CM Nitish Kumar submitted his resignation to Governor Fagu Chauhan at 4 pm on Tuesday. Nitish immediately staked claim to form the new government. He has the support of a total of 164 MLAs.

For the first time, Nitish had submitted the letter of support of 160 MLAs to the Governor. He then reached Rabri Devi's residence, where he was elected the leader of the Grand Alliance. Here Jitan Ram Manjhi's party HAM also joined Nitish. He has 4 MLAs. After this Nitish once again went to the Raj Bhavan and handed over the letter of support of 164 MLAs to the Governor. Tejashwi Yadav and other leaders of the grand alliance also came out of the Raj Bhavan with him.

BJP core group called emergency meeting

After presenting the claim to form the government, the leaders of the Grand Alliance can hold a press conference in the evening. Here, in view of the political crisis in Bihar, the BJP has called an emergency meeting of the core group on Tuesday evening itself. To attend this, Sushil Modi, Ravi Shankar Prasad and Shahnawaz Hussain reached Patna on Tuesday evening. He refused to say anything about the political turmoil here.

BJP-JDU's 21-month-old alliance broke

After this move of Nitish, the alliance formed in 2020 of BJP and JDU has broken. After submitting his resignation, Nitish had said in the Raj Bhavan that the party's MLAs and MPs have spoken in one voice to break the alliance with the NDA.

Tejashwi may get the chair of Deputy CM

According to sources, Tejashwi Yadav will be the Deputy CM. Congress may get Speaker's chair. Congress MLA Shakeel Ahmed Khan has said that Nitish Kumar will be the Chief Minister of the Grand Alliance. Everything has been settled.

Important updates related to political upheaval...

When Nitish reached Rabri Devi's residence directly from Raj Bhavan, Tejashwi Yadav even came outside to receive him. MLAs of RJD, Congress and ML were present at Rabri's house.

BJP has called an emergency meeting in Patna. All the ministers of BJP quota and leaders of the organization have also been called in the meeting. The party high command can also discuss with them.

RJD Legislature Party leader Tejashwi Yadav has submitted the letter of support of 115 MLAs to Nitish Kumar. In this, it has been said that the government will be formed under the leadership of Nitish.

According to sources, before the formation of the new government, Tejashwi has asked for the Home Ministry, which till now was with Nitish. In the previous government, Tejashwi Yadav had the road construction department.

Today's important statement...

Upendra Kushwaha, JDU leader- Congratulations to Nitish Kumar for the accountability of the leadership of the new coalition in the new form. You go ahead The country is waiting for you.

Rohini Acharya, Lalu Yadav's daughter - prepare for the coronation, lantern holders are coming.

Pashupati Kumar Paras, Union Minister- The government of RJD and JDU was formed earlier but could not run. Then these people together are forming the government. This is not a good sign for the development of Bihar. Our party was with NDA and will continue to do so.

Preparing in advance for the floor test

After the breakdown of the alliance, Nitish Kumar is now preparing to conduct a floor test. According to sources, all JDU MLAs have been instructed to stay in Patna for the next 72 hours. JDU has 45 MLAs in Bihar Assembly.

Nitish has changed alliance twice in 9 years

Nitish Kumar broke the alliance with BJP in 2013 and RJD in 2017. Both the times he formed the government and became the Chief Minister of the state.

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, it is feared that decisions will be taken on this issue as well.

In fact, the Ethics Committee's recommendation is still under consideration at the Speaker's level. What action has been recommended in that report, it will be known only after it is presented in the House, but if sources are to be believed, there is a danger of losing the membership of 14 accused MLAs.