The RJD, which is the single largest party of the Bihar State Assembly, is likely to bring a no confidence motion against the JDU-BJP government in the Northern State of Bihar.
As per a latest report, the RJD is not likely to bring a no confidence motion in this monsoon session of the state assembly.
While speaking to the media persons, the leader of the opposition, RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav, has asserted that his party would bring a no confidence motion against the JDU-BJP government in the near future. He has added that his party would not bring the motion in this monsoon session of the assembly. He has further added that such a motion could be expected in the next session of the state assembly.
The JDU-BJP alliance has a clear majority in the Bihar Assembly with an impressive strength of 124+ members. Meanwhile, the RJD, which has no friend in the assembly other than Congress, has only 81 members. Even if the congress party, which possess the altogether strength of 27 lawmakers, also supports the RJD, the opposition’s total strength in the house would not cross 108+ mark, which is far less than what is required to push the motion through the 243 member assembly safely.
Vignesh. S. G
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