New Delhi, July 27 (IANS) The fast-moving political developments in Bihar found mention in the Lok Sabha on Thursday when a RJD member termed it “murder of democracy”.
As the House met and took up Question Hour, Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav of Rashtriya Janata Dal raised the issue of the Janata Dal-United leaving the ‘Grand Alliance’ and forming a new government with the BJP.
Yadav was seen shouting from his seat, calling it a “murder of democracy”.
Soon after, Congress members were seen raising slogans demanding revocation of suspension on their six MPs, and demanding a debate on mob lynchings.
The House then saw a brief adjournment of around 25 minutes.
In dramatic developments in Bihar, Nitish Kumar on Wednesday night resigned as Chief Minister dumping the RJD and Congress to stitch a new alliance with BJP.
On Thursday, Kumar took oath as Bihar Chief Minister at the head of a JD-U-BJP government.