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NDA Government in Bihar Gears Up for Crucial Floor Test Amidst Absence Concerns



Nda Government In Bihar Gears Up For Crucial Floor Test Amidst Absence Concerns

The Nitish Kumar-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government in Bihar is preparing for a crucial floor test in the state assembly to prove its majority. The ruling Janata Dal-United (JD(U)), in a coalition with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Hindustani Awam Morcha-Secular (HAM-S), is facing concerns over the absence of some MLAs during recent key meetings.

Concerns escalated as three JD(U) MLAs were absent from crucial legislators’ meetings held in Patna, fueling speculation of potential defections. The NDA alliance, with support from an independent MLA, comprises 128 members, just above the majority mark in the 243-member Bihar assembly.

Nitish Kumar, who recently re-aligned with the BJP-led NDA after leaving the Mahagathbandhan, is set to face the trust vote. The trust vote is significant as it follows his oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the ninth time. Amidst the political huddles and shifting alliances, JD(U) leaders like Rajiv Ranjan Prasad and Manoj Jha have expressed confidence in winning the majority.

Key political figures such as Tejashwi Yadav of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) have been actively involved in the preparations for the floor test. Division among the opposition parties, including the RJD, Congress, and Left parties, presents a challenge to the stability of the NDA government.

As the day of the floor test dawns, MLAs from various parties have been seen arriving at the Bihar Assembly premises. BJP leaders like Samrat Choudhary and Vijay Kumar Sinha have exuded confidence in the NDA’s victory in the trust vote. The political landscape in Bihar is rife with anticipation and tension as the fate of the government hangs in the balance.

Rachel Adams

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