Nitish Kumar is getting closer to a breakup, while Tejashwi Yadav maintains RJD at arm’s length.

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Saturday was the day that Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, the leader of the RJD, called a meeting of the members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) that he represents. He suggested that they “go to people with their achievements” in order to disassociate the party from Nitish’s decision to break up, in the event that it does take place at some point in the future.Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, got closer to dissolving his JD(U)’s links with her ally, the RJD, at the same time that there were suggestions that Nitish Kumar might leave on Sunday and stake his claim to form a government with the BJP. This event occurred at the same time that there were rumors that Nitish Kumar might leave.

Saturday was the day that Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, the leader of the RJD, called a meeting of the members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) that he represents. He suggested that they “go to people with their achievements” in order to disassociate the party from Nitish’s decision to break up, in the event that it does take place at some point in the future.

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It is believed that Tejashwi signaled to his MLAs that it was Nitish’s responsibility to provide an explanation for the measures that he took. It is also important for them to make it abundantly clear to the people who are a part of their constituency that Nitish was the one who was “deserting” the alliance, and that the RJD had nothing to do with this defection.Tejashwi, on the other hand, has been clear that they should not take any action that would convey to the general public the impression that the RJD was the one that coerced Nitish into doing what they did. Despite the fact that a number of RJD legislators have expressed support for removing support from the administration.

This is the situation that has arisen.According to Tejashwi, who was addressing his members of the Legislative Assembly, “We will go to the people and tell them how we were moving in the direction of keeping our promises of giving 10 lakh jobs.” Tejashwi made this statement as he was speaking to his legislature.With 114 members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA), the RJD (79), Congress (19), and three Left parties together (16) are eight members short of a majority in the House of 243. The legislative assembly is comprised of 243 members.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has 78 members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA), the JD(U) has 45 MLAs, and the support of one Independent legislator puts the total number of MLAs to 124.According to a statement made by a prominent member of the RJD in an interview with The Indian Express, “We will not give Nitish Kumar any excuse.” This man is going to leave us behind. There is nothing that falls under our purview of responsibility. To add insult to injury, we are not going to stake any claims on the establishment of the government. Waiting for Nitish to falter on his own before we take action is the best course of action.

Approximately at this time, the JD (U) launched a direct assault against the RJD’s position. Based on statements made by Neeraj Kumar, the chief spokesperson for the JD(U), it was said that the RJD leadership is exceedingly restless. Despite the fact that the organization has a history of gaining land in exchange for employment chances, it has not been able to acquire anything in the most recent appointments of our two lakh educators.

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In addition, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had a meeting with its most senior leaders on Saturday. However, sources indicated that the conference was held to discuss the “situation after the changed political conditions.” The leaders of the party referred to it as “pre-scheduled” as part of the preparations for the Lok Sabha elections before it was actually held. According to reports, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has reached an agreement with the additional stipulation that Nitish will continue to serve as Chief Minister, along with two deputy Chief Ministers who are also members of the BJP.

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