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".
Ahead of the Bihar Government floor test, BJP Assembly Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha submitted his resignation from the post. The resignation came on August 24, following the constant demands of resignation by the Bihar MLAs, who also moved a no-confidence motion against Sinha. Notably, earlier BJP's Sinha refused to step down as the Bihar Assembly speaker, after the exit of Janata Dal-United from the BJP and NDA alliance.
Nitish Kumar Government is set to expand the Cabinet on August 16. Recently Janata Dal United- Rashtriya Janata Dal formed the State Government in Bihar after Nitish Kumar announced an exit from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The cabinet expansion to take place at 11:30 am. As per sources, RJD will induct 15 ministers, JDU will have 12 ministers and ally Congress to get two ministers, in total 36 ministers.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced plans for an extra 10 lakh jobs for the state's youth on August 15. This is in addition to the prior pledge made by his deputy Tejashvi Yadav and indicates the total employment chances produced might potentially be greater. "If we succeed, we want to take the figure to 20 lakhs," he added.
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
Nitish Kumar took oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar, for the 8th time, on August 10. After resigning as the NDA-BJP CM, Nitish Kumar formed an alliance with Lalu Prasad Yadav's RJD and staked claim to form his JDU-RJD Government in Bihar. The U-Turn, breaking alliance with the BJP paved way for the Lalu Prasad's RJD in Bihar. Furthermore, while Kumar became CM, RJD's Tejaswi Yadav is Deputy CM.
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Nitish Kumar led Janata Dal United and Lalu Prasad Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal, once again united to form government in Bihar. On August 9, after announcing exit from the NDA-BJP alliance, Nitish Kumar submitted his resignation as NDA CM to Governor Phagu Chauhan and staked claim for an independent BJP-free government in Bihar. Declared JDU leader unanimously,… read-more
After submitting his resignation as Bihar CM, Nitish Kumar, accompanied by RJD's Tejaswi Yadav marched to Governor Phagu Chauhan. At Governor's residence, Kumar, who has been declared JDU leader unanimously, staked claim to form his new government, hours after he broke JDU's alliance with NDA-BJP. Nitish Kumar is now likely to take oath as the Bihar… read-more
Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) (JDU) officially walks out of alliance with the BJP in Bihar, on August 9. The developments came after a meeting of MLAs and MPs, at Bihar CM Nitish Kumar's residence, Patna. Furthermore, Kumar will meet Bihar Governor Phagu Chauhan at 4:00 pm and resign as the State CM. Moreover, with the official exit of JDU from NDA, the party may join hands with the opposition.
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