Hili Nitish Sarkar: 6 MLAs from JDU, CM stuck in front of BJP According to media reports, Talim Taboh of Ramgong assembly constituency, Heiyang Mangfi of Cheangtajo, Jikke Tako of Tali, Kalaktangke Dorji Wangdi Kharma, Dongru Syngju of Bomdila and Kanggong Taku of Mariang-Geku constituency have joined the BJP.
BJP has given a big blow to Bihar’s new fledgling government Nitish Kumar by his own ally. Please tell that in Arunachal Pradesh, BJP has included 6 MLAs out of 7 MLAs of Janata Dal United Party in its party. At the same time, JDU had in the last month issued a notice to Seongju, Kharma and Taku for “anti-party” activities and suspended them. Kardo Nigure of PPA joins BJP Big news has come out just a day before the announcement of the results of the panchayat and municipal corporation elections. According to the state assembly, Kardo Nigure, a MLA from the Likabali constituency of the People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA), has also joined the BJP. Talim Taboh of Ramgong Assembly constituency, Hayeng Mangfi of Chiangtajo, Jikke Tako of Tali, Dorji Wangdi Kharma of Kalaktang, Dongru Syngju of Bomdila and Kanggong Taku of Mariang-Geku constituency have joined the BJP. Read this…. Christmas is being celebrated around the world amidst the Korean crisis, see beautiful pictures 4 JDU issued notice last month Explain that JDU had on November 26 issued a show cause notice to Syngju, Kharma and Taku for ‘anti-party’ activities and suspended them. The PPA MLA was also suspended by the regional party earlier this month. State BJP President of Arunachal Pradesh BR Vaghe said, “We have accepted his letters of joining the party.” These MLAs join BJP According to media reports, Talim Taboh of Ramgong assembly constituency, Heiyang Mangfi of Cheangtajo, Jikke Tako of Tali, Kalaktangke Dorji Wangdi Kharma, Dongru Syngju of Bomdila and Kanggong Taku of Mariang-Geku constituency have joined the BJP. State BJP President of Arunachal Pradesh BR Vaghe said, “We have accepted his letters of joining the party.”
Nitish’s head will crown crown of thorns today, he will get ministerial post with two deputy CMs of
After securing majority in Bihar assembly elections, Nitish Kumar from NDA will once again take charge as Chief Minister of Bihar. Tarkishore Prasad and Renu Devi are also expected to be sworn in as deputy chief ministers. Both of them have been elected leaders and deputy leaders of the BJP Legislature Party. According to sources, apart from Nitish Kumar, 8 MLAs can be sworn in as ministers. Of these, three MLAs each from BJP and JDU will be made ministers, while the VIPs in NDA and one member each from us are discussed. However, this time the post of Chief Minister and the crown of thorns is being considered for Nitish Kumar as he has got a slight edge over the Grand Alliance in the Assembly and the number of newly elected BJP MLAs is much more than JDU. Churning continued till late night The brainstorming process continued till late night on Sunday with Nitish’s new cabinet. Tarakishore Prasad, the newly elected BJP Legislature Party leader, arrived at the official residence of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar late in the evening along with Bihar BJP in-charge Bhupendra Yadav and co-incharge and former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis. 4 According to political experts, it has been agreed to make two deputy CMs in the meeting of senior leaders of BJP and JDU till 11 pm. BJP sources say that on the lines of Uttar Pradesh, two Deputy Chief Ministers will also be appointed in Bihar. Tarkishore Prasad belongs to the Vaishya community while Renu Devi, the elected leader of the BJP Legislature Party, comes from the Nonia community. 4 Also read… Firing on the border: India gave strong response to Pakistan, said this big thing The names of these MLAs are in discussion According to information sources, three MLAs from BJP and JDU can get the ministerial gift, while VIP and one member from us will take oath for the post of minister. Apart from Tarkishore Prasad and Renu Devi, swearing of Prem Kumar and Mangal Pandey from the BJP is considered certain. On the other hand the names of Vijendra Prasad Yadav, Narendra Narayan Yadav, Shravan Kumar and Maheshwar Hazari from JDU are in discussions. The swearing-in of MLC doctor Santosh Suman, son of Mukesh Sahni from VIP and party chief Jitan Ram Manjhi from Ham Party, is believed to be on. Cabinet expansion soon According to political experts, the Nitish cabinet will be expanded soon after the swearing in on Monday. After expansion Nitish cabinet may have a total of 36 ministers. According to political experts, 20 MLAs can be made ministers from BJP quota and 14 from JDU quota including Nitish. The VIP and WE party will be represented by one minister each. Also read… the government has released the guine for Chhath Puja, these rules have to be followed Nitish Kumar’s crown of thorns However, this time it will be difficult for Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to run the government because the Grand Alliance has also emerged as very strong. With this, the role of JDU has become that of BJP’s younger brother this time as JDU has got 31 seats less than BJP. BJP has won 74 seats in this time election while JDU has won only 43 seats. Despite this, the BJP has decided to make Nitish Kumar the chief minister. According to informed sources, Nitish has sent the list of new ministers to Raj Bhavan. Challenge accepted at the behest of constituents Even on Sunday at the NDA Legislature Party meeting, Nitish Kumar said that I had no desire to become the Chief Minister. We wanted a BJP leader to take charge as the Chief Minister, but I have accepted this challenge at the request of BJP leaders and constituents. He said that we have a lot of accountability. Therefore, everyone will have to get together for the development of Bihar. During the last 15 years, all of us have done a lot of work, but now we have to see what is missing and all those works will have to be completed fast in the next 5 years. Also read… Corona wreaked havoc again: Amit Shah called a big meeting, this big announcement was made 4