Inspired by Karnataka Episode, RJD Leader meets Bihar Governor, Stakes Claim to form government




Patna (Bihar), May 18, 2018 (TMC Desk) RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, on Friday met Governor Satyapal Malik and staked claim to form government being the leader of the single largest party in the state Assembly.

Tejashwi Yadav claims he has a support of 111 MLAs from Congress, HAM and CPI (M L) besides some MLAs from NDA and he is ready to show his strength in assembly.

“Met Governor of Bihar along with support of three other parties and staked claim to form government as we are single largest party & single largest block of pre poll alliance.” Tejashwi tweeted after meeting Governor of Bihar.

During his meeting with Governor Satyapal Malik, Bihar acting president Kaukab Quadri and others were also present.

Tejashwi Yadav has claimed that he has adequate number of MLAs to succeed in floor test if given a chance to prove majority.

“We on behalf of people of Bihar are reiterating our passionate appeal, which we had made on 27th July 2017. We are inspired to write you all over again in view of a principled position taken by the governor of Karnataka highlighting the significance of Single Largest Party in the formation of the government” the letter submitted to Governor said.

Letter submitted by RJD Leader to Governor of Bihar

“As you are aware that Rashtirya Janata Dal (RJD) was/is the single largest party in the existing Vidhan Sabha. Besides, we remain the single largest pre-poll election block together with Indian National Congress with one hundred and seven members. Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM-S) has already pledged support to us. We also wish to put on record that apart from the existing strength, we are likely to be extended unconditional support by several MLAs including from CPI(ML), which could only be seen/tested on the floor of the house in the spirit of the Bommai judgement of 1994 as well as the decision of the Honorable Governor of Karnataka three days ago.” the letter further said.