BJP's Renu Devi, Tarkishore Prasad likely to be sworn in as Deputy CM, Speaker likely to be f- The New Indian Express

BJP’s Renu Devi, Tarkishore Prasad prone to be sworn in as Deputy CM, Speaker prone to be f- The New Indian Specific



PATNA: There are indications that Bharatiya Janata Occasion leaders Renu Devi and Tarkishore Prasad will take oath as Deputy Chief Ministers of Bihar, the latter claimed on Monday.

“There are indications that Renu Ji (BJP chief Renu Devi) and I’ll take oath as Deputy Chief Ministers of Bihar,” stated Prasad.

“It is a large step within the area of ladies’s energy. It is a large accountability and we’ll all work with our management for the betterment of Bihar and for the event of the individuals of the state,” he added.

In the meantime, Renu Devi assured that NDA will work to fulfill the expectations of the individuals of Bihar.

“It’s a large accountability. If individuals have elected us and trusted the NDA, we’ll work to fulfill their expectations,” stated Devi on being requested if she’s going to take oath as Deputy CM of Bihar later as we speak.

The Speaker of the Bihar Legislative Meeting is prone to be from the BJP, sources stated.

Nitish Kumar is scheduled to take oath because the Chief Minister of Bihar for the fourth straight time period this afternoon after closely-fought legislative meeting elections within the state.

Kumar, after assembly Governor Phagu Chauhan to stake declare to type the NDA authorities in Bihar, had on Sunday introduced that the oath-taking, in addition to the swearing-in ceremony of the brand new cupboard, shall be held at round 4.30 pm on Monday.

The NDA has secured a majority with 125-seats within the 243-seat sturdy Bihar Legislative Meeting of which BJP gained on 74 seats, JD(U) on 43 whereas eight seats had been gained by two different NDA constituents. The RJD, then again, emerged because the single-largest get together with 75 seats whereas the Congress solely gained 19 of the 70 seats it had contested on. 

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