The RJD party headed by Lalu Prasad, now led by his son and opposition leader Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, appears to be gaining ground on various fronts in Bihar politics recently.
It has happened again Emerged as the largest single party with 80 MLAs In the 243-member Bihar assembly, where four of the total five AIMIM MLAs joined the fold on Wednesday, it also boosted the presence of the main opposition party in Semanchal district in eastern Bihar. Highlighting these points, Tchachwi said: “In the 2020 General Assembly elections, people gave us the honor of becoming the largest single party with 75 seats. After all three dignitaries joined the BJP recently, the party became the largest single party but we achieved once Another precedence in the House of Representatives is 80 seats.”
RJD is currently adopting a two-pronged strategy towards the Nitish Kumar NDA government comprising of JD(U) and main partner BJP as major components. While the party has supported the JD(U) party led by Nitish on issues like caste census, it has decided to go after the BJP over the Saffron Party-led short-term troop recruitment scheme in a bid to connect with the BJP. The largest segment of disaffected unemployed youth.
The current monsoon session of the Bihar assembly saw the Tchachoy take over the RJD’s demand for a debate on Agnipath scheme in the House of Representatives. With House Speaker Vinay Kumar Sinha not conceding, the MLAs have been holding up the assembly’s proceedings since the start of the session last week. They haven’t even allowed the crucial question hour to function properly as the House can barely touch 20 questions so far, with the session due to end on Friday to be crossed out entirely.
The RJD MLAs also held a mock assembly session outside their headquarters by selecting their senior captain Ramchandra Purve as their “Chief”.
BJP may have bought peace with Nitish though JD(U) boiled Agnipath, RJD is doing his best to put Bihar BJP back above charter row.
In the assembly, the Speaker of the House of Representatives urged members of the opposition to participate in the proceedings of the House, although so far the President has not made any guarantees of a debate on Agnipath. JD(U) remains non-binding on this matter, and takes an equidistant position on both RJD and BJP.
With four AIMIM MLAs on board, the grand coalition led by RJD now accounts for 115 MLAs, just seven fewer than the Smile majority. It also expanded its presence in Seemanchal to include provinces such as Purnea, Araria and Kishanganj, where the constituencies of all dissidents in this region are located. There was a period when the RJD dominated the region due to its veteran warrior like Muhammad Taslamuddin, who represented Kishangang and Araria for a long time. The stage is now set for a fierce battle for control between the BJP and the RJD in Seemanchal once again.
The NDA government faces no direct threat to its continuation as it has 127 MLAs, but the responsibility lies with Nitish to maintain his flock along with the RJD-led opposition coalition and it is expected that they will continue to breathe because of their standing at home. Hitting distance from the majority sign.