The new assembly session has started in Bihar from today. RJD-JDU has been making rhetoric ever since the NDA’s victory in the elections and Nitish Kumar became the Chief Minister again. On the first day of the session, all the new MLAs were sworn in. On the first day of the session, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar met Protem Speaker Jitan Ram Manjhi. Let us tell you that the Protem Speaker only make the new MLAs swear.
Controversy during AIMIM MLA’s oath
On the very first day of the session, AIMIM MLA Akhtarul Iman expressed his objection while taking oath. He refused to speak the word ‘Hindustan’ written in the affidavit and used ‘Bharat’ instead. In fact, as soon as the name of AIMIM MLA Akhtarul Iman was called for the oath of membership, he stood up and objected to the word Hindustan.
Constitution of India is sworn in Hindi language
Akhtarul Iman was supposed to take oath in Urdu language but objecting to the use of the word Hindustan in Urdu instead of India, he requested the Protem Speaker to use the word Bharat. The legislator of AIMIM said that the Constitution of India is sworn in Hindi language. In Maithili, the word Bharat is used instead of Hindustan, but in Urdu, the letter provided for taking the oath has used the word Hindustan instead of India.
The legislator said that he wants to take oath of the Constitution of Bharat and not the Constitution of Hindustan. Let us tell you that this time five AIMIM MLAs have won the elections and have entered the assembly for the first time.
Significantly, this time the RJD is the largest party in the assembly, but will sit in the opposition. Whereas BJP is a big party in NDA and Nitish Kumar is the Chief Minister. BJP 74, JDU 43, Hindustan Aavam Morcha, four VIPs and one independent member will be present along with the ruling party, while the opposition camp has RJD 75, Congress 19, CPI (Male) 12, CPI 2 and CPM 2 members. . Apart from this, there are five AIMIM, one BSP and one LJP member.
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