The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) delivered yet one more blow to Janata Dal-United (JDU) because the Daman and Diu unit of Nitish Kumar’s occasion merged with the saffron occasion on Monday.
“15 out of 17 district panchayat members of JDU of Daman and Diu and the entire unit of state JDU joined the BJP today against Nitish Kumar’s decision to leave the BJP which had given impetus to development in Bihar and to choose the ‘Bahubali’, corrupt and a dynastic party,” BJP mentioned in a tweet on Monday.
Notably, just a few days in the past, a bulk of JDU MLAs in Arunachal Pradesh joined the saffron occasion and really lately 5 out of seven MLAs from Manipur embraced the BJP.
Five Janata Dal (United) MLAs merged with the ruling occasion BJP final week within the presence of BJP occasion president J.P Nadda.
According to an announcement from Manipur Legislative Assembly Secretariat, Kh. Joykishan Singh, Ngursanglur Sanate, Md Achab Uddin, Thangjam Arunkumar and LM Khaute merged with the ruling occasion BJP.
“The Speaker of the Manipur Legislative Assembly is pleased to accept the merger of five JD(U) MLAs with the BJP under the tenth schedule of the Constitution,” the Legislative Assembly Secretariat had then mentioned.
The Bharatiya Janata Party secured a majority of 32 seats within the 60-member state Assembly within the lately held Assembly elections, outcomes of which have been declared on March 10.
On 25 August 2022, the lone JDU MLA from Arunachal Pradesh joined the saffron occasion within the presence of nationwide president JP Nadda and Arunachal CM Pema Khandu.
BJP stands at 49 out of 60 Assembly seats (MLA) with the merger of lone JDU MLA Techi Kaso with BJP. Out of 9 Corporators of JDU, 8 have joined BJP; now complete BJP corporators is eighteen out of 20.
Further17 out of 18 Zilla Parishad Members (ZPM) of JDU joined BJP. Now out of 241 ZPM, BJP is with 206 ZPM.
In addition, out of 119 Gram Panchayat Members (GPM) of JDU, greater than 100 joined BJP and with this BJP GPM are round 6,530 out of 8,332 GPM.
This comes at a time when Nitish Kumar met just a few leaders in Patna and Delhi to garner assist in opposition to the Modi-led NDA.
Those conscious of the event say that the BJP has determined to hit again on the JDU after what transpired in Bihar lately.
Recently, Nitish Kumar had damaged away from the BJP and shaped a authorities with the RJD and different events earlier this month. The Chief Minister and his deputy – RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav – took oath on August 10.
The Bihar Grand Alliance has a mixed power of 163. Its efficient power climbed to 164 after Independent MLA Sumit Kumar Singh prolonged its assist to Nitish Kumar.
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