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RJD becomes largest party in Bihar Assembly, BJP second and JD(U) third

 PATNA(Fast Mail News) - RJD has now become the largest party in Bihar after four MLAs switched sides. Now RJD has 80 MLAs in the assembly. BJP has become the second number party with 77 MLAs. A few months back, after three VIP MLAs joined the BJP, the BJP which had become the single largest party, has now become the second largest party.

In terms of the number of MLAs in the Bihar Assembly, now RJD has 80, BJP 77, JDU 45, Congress 19, Left 16, HAM 4, AIMIM 1 and 1 independent. Let us tell you that once again there has been a big political upheaval in Bihar. On Wednesday, suddenly four out of five MLAs of Asaduddin Owaisi's party AIMIM joined the RJD.

Let us inform that after the results of the assembly elections held in 2020, RJD became the single largest party with 75 MLAs. After winning one seat in the by-election, the number of RJD MLAs increased to 76. On the other hand, in March this year, BJP had included three VIP MLAs in its camp. After this BJP became the number one party in Bihar with 77 MLAs. But now RJD has again acquired this place.

 

 

 Let us inform that the entry of these four MLAs of Asaduddin Owaisi in RJD was in such a secret manner that no one could be able to know.Leader of Opposition reached the room of Assembly Speaker Vijay Sinha with four MLAs of Owaisi's party and after that he himself confirmed everyone's joining RJD.

This is the second time in Bihar during three months when MLAs of any party have broken up and joined another party in Bihar. Earlier in the month of March this year, there was a similar breakdown in Mukesh Sahni's party. All the MLAs of Mukesh Sahni, a minister in the Bihar government and the national president of Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP), had left him and joined the BJP.

Three VIP MLAs Raju Singh, Swarna Singh and Mishri Lal Yadav had left the party under the anti-defection law and submitted a letter to the Speaker Vijay Sinha to join the BJP and merge the VIP with the BJP. .

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