Mayawati’s only MLA left as well, now Nitish will be a minister in the cabinet The BSP’s only MLA, Mohammad Jama Khan, who won the election from Chanpur assembly constituency in Kaimur, is seen as a major setback for Mayawati.
Only one candidate of Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party managed to win the election in Bihar Assembly elections and now this MLA has also decided to join JDU, giving a jolt to the party. The BSP’s only MLA, Mohammad Jama Khan, who won the election from Chanpur assembly constituency in Kaimur, is seen as a major setback for Mayawati. There is a possibility of being made a minister after Khan joins JDU. Only one candidate of BSP was victorious During the last assembly election in Bihar, the BSP had formed an alliance with Upendra Kushwaha’s Rashtriya Lok Samaj Party and fielded candidates for 80 assembly seats in the state. However, Mayawati did not make any special effort to win her candidates. 4 Also read: Modi’s Bengal tour: Will give big political message, Mamta will show strength in response During the election, the BSP could not get much success due to the fierce competition between the NDA and the opposition Grand Alliance. Only one candidate of the party managed to win the election. Party candidate Mohammad Jamal Khan had won the victory from Chanpur assembly constituency in Kaimur district. BSP MLA’s entry in JDU Now this only soldier of Mayawati is also angry with him and going to JDU. Khan had met JDU state president Vasistha Narayan Singh on December 18 and since then there have been speculations about him going to JDU. He was accompanied by Congress MLA Murari Gautam while meeting the JDU state president. The two MLAs held talks with the JDU state president for about two hours. Since then, there were floating discussions about the political circles quitting Khan’s BSP. Ultimately this was proved correct and Khan has decided to resign from the party. 4 No major break after Kharmas NDA and the opposition grand alliance were making big claims of breaking up in each other after Kharmas, but so far nothing has been shown in reality. In particular, BJP in-charge of Bihar in-charge Bhupendra Yadav and RJD leader Shyam Rajak claimed to have broken the legislators, but even after several days after the end of Kharmas, no political party has seen a big break yet. Cabinet will get space in expansion These days the enthusiasts of Nitish cabinet expansion are fast in Bihar and it is believed that Khan will also get a place in Nitish’s cabinet. At present, there are thirteen ministers in Bihar government besides Nitish Kumar. Also read: Farmer leaders are in danger: orders for shootout issued, shooter exposed on Singhu border Due to less number of ministers, each minister is burdened with many departments and discussions of cabinet expansion have been going on for a long time. Experts say that in view of the uproar of opposition in the election of the Speaker of the Assembly in the Winter Session, this time the social equation will be taken care of in the Cabinet. MLAs coming from youth, backward classes and Dalits can also be given the responsibility of ministerial post. The name of Shahnawaz and Shreyasi is also in discussion There is also talk of BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain, who recently won uncontested election to the Legislative Council. Apart from him, international shooter and BJP MLA from Jamui Shreyasi Singh is also likely to get a place in Nitish’s cabinet. Apart from these two, the names of former minister and MLA from Jhanjharpur Nitish Mishra and MLA from Darbhanga Sanjay Saravagi are also in the discussions for the post of minister. According to political experts, Rampravesh Rai, MLA from Barauli and Nitin Naveen, young MLA, can also find a place in the cabinet.
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