In order to unite as a strong opposition, the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC asked to meet Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar. According to sources, the meeting is hinting towards the talk of opposition alliance to fight the PM Narendra Modi-led BJP, in the 2024 General elections. "I have made just one request to Nitish Kumar. We can then decide where we have to go next,"said Banerjee.
The CBI issued a fresh date for Tejashwi Yadabv, the Deputy CM of Bihar, to appear for interrogation in job land scam case. This is the third notice issued to Yadav, after he agreed to attend the CBI questioning before March 25. Furthermore, the CBI assured Yadav, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) not to arrest him in March. Meanwhile, Tejashwi moved the Delhi HC against the CBI notice.
Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao met with his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar and the alliance party president Tejaswi Yadav. On August 31, CM KCR visited Bihar and discussed national politics, against the BJP. In addition, the Telangana CM also met with the families of martyred soldiers who lost lives in the 2020 Galwan Valley fight with the Chinese troop and workers who died in a fire accident in Telangana.
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Nitish Kumar-led Bihar Government wins majority in the floor test, held during the Legislative Assembly on August 24. The Janata Dal-United and Rashtra Janata Dal alliance formed the government after Nitish Kumar led the JDU to exit from the National Democratic Alliance and BJP alliance. Notably, Nitish Kumar won 164 MLAs votes in the 243-member Bihar assembly. "This is a never-ending inning, it will be historic," said Tejashwi Yadav".
After taking oath as Bihar CM for the 8th time, the newly formed Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD)- Janata Dal-United (JDU) is likely to expand its cabinet, on August 16. Moreover, the Nitish Kumar-led Government is expected to prove its majority and have a floor test on August 24, during a special Assembly session, on August 24-25.… read-more
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JD(U) leader KC Tyagi on December 27 accused the BJP of creating "an atmosphere of hatred and division" through the 'love jihad' laws. Tyagi said, “...the Constitution and CrPC give freedom to two consenting adults to choose life partners of their choice, irrespective of one's religion or caste.” He also rubbished defection of six JD(U) MLAs joining the BJP in Arunachal Pradesh. He said the BJP should follow ‘Atal Dharma’ for a coalition… read-more
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