BJP's strength will decrease in Bihar Legislative Council, the term of 24 MLCs is ending

BJP's strength will decrease in Bihar Legislative Council, the term of 24 MLCs is ending

The term of 20 members of Bihar Legislative Council is ending today while 4 seats are already lying vacant. In such a situation, on July 16, 24 seats will become vacant. This means that only 51 members will be left in the 75-seat Bihar Legislative Council. In such a situation, the number of both the ruling BJP and JDU will be reduced to half. The BJP may have to bear the maximum loss. The 20 MLCs whose term is ending are Manorama Devi, Santosh Kumar Singh, Tunna Ji Pandey, Radhacharan Shah, Reena Yadav, Satchidanand Rai, Rajnish Kumar, Rajan Kumar Singh, Bablu Gupta, Salman Ragib, Subodh Kumar, Dinesh Prasad Singh, Harinarayan Choudhary, Dilip Jaiswal, Ashok Agarwal and Sanjay Prasad.

Apart from these, the tenure of Aditya Narayan Pandey, Suman Kumar, Nutan Singh and Rajesh Ram is also coming to an end. The problem at present is that elections will not be held for these seats. The reason for this is that the three-tier panchayat elections in the state have been postponed due to the corona infection. This has also had an impact on the election of the Legislative Council to be elected by the local body. To reach the Legislative Council, the leaders have to reach the upper house of the state by getting elected from the local body. These elections are done by the head of the village panchayat, the ward member, the member of the panchayat samiti, the member of the zilla parishad. These include the elected members of the Nagar Panchayat, Municipal Councilor and Municipal Corporation.

Panchayat elections have been postponed in Bihar at present due to Corona virus, due to which elections will not be held on time for vacant seats of Legislative Council. Till the three-tier panchayat elections are not held in Bihar, elections will not be held for these 24 seats. In such a situation, there will be a significant decline in the strength of the Legislative Council. Most of the members whose term is ending are from BJP. Apart from this, JDU will also suffer a loss of some seats. Congress and RJD will also have less number of MLCs each. However, India will still have a heavy foothold in the Bihar Legislative Council.


RJD claims 'Tejashwi Yadav will hoist the flag as CM on August 15', JDU said - 420 accused will not get a chance

RJD claims 'Tejashwi Yadav will hoist the flag as CM on August 15', JDU said - 420 accused will not get a chance

The politics of Bihar has been heated these days due to the statements made by the ruling party and the opposition. In fact, RJD MLA Bhai Virendra had claimed that a big change is going to happen in Bihar. He said that on 15th August i.e. Independence Day, Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav will hoist the flag as Chief Minister. After this statement of the strong leader of RJD, the politics of Bihar got heated and the ruling BJP and JDU together have now started targeting this claim of the RJD MLA.

BJP said that RJD is afraid of breaking the party

After the RJD MLA's claim, BJP MLA Naval Kishore Yadav retaliated saying that RJD itself is afraid of breaking the party, so its leaders are giving such statements. He said that RJD leaders are only cooking khyali pulao, but nothing is going to happen.

RJD should not break on its own till August 15

Naval Kishore said about RJD that RJD is talking about August 15. May his party not break it on its own first. He said that the RJD MLAs are very angry at this time and they want to come out themselves. RJD does such things from time to time so that the enthusiasm of the MLAs remains and the party does not break.

JDU said that those who develop in Bihar remain in power, not 420

Describing RJD's claim of Tejashwi's coronation as meaningless, JDU MLA Neeraj Kumar said that RJD wants to crown him who is an accused and is facing trial. In Bihar, those who do development remain in power and not those who do 420 work. People in Bihar are never going to give them a chance.