five of Seven MLAs of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Janata Dal (United) in Manipur joined The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party on A statement from the state assembly said Friday, weeks after his dismissal off alliance with The party for The second time in nine years.
The statement signed by Manipur Assembly Secretary K Megajeet Singh said the House Speaker is happy to accept the merger of Five JDU MLAs with Bharatiya Janata Party. since the number of MLAs who The sides turned more than two-thirds of The totalthey switch will be considered valid.
JDU . had won six of 38 constituencies contested in Council elections held in practice this year. MLAs who joined The BJP are Kh Joykishan, N Sanate and Md Achab Uddin, former DGP L.M. Khaute and Thangjam Arunkumar.
Mr. Khot and Mr. Arunkumar had previously sought to run for Council elections for BJP, but joined JDU after rotate down by party.
The move by MLAs comes weeks after Nitish Kumar threw the BJP and joined forces with Rashtriya Janata Dal led by Tegashwi Yadav, Congress and other parties removed the BJP from the co-pilot seat in Bihar.