Harivansh, Ramnath, Vivek, Premchand and Amarendhari elected to Rajya Sabha

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Three candidates from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and two from the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) had been declared elected unopposed to the Rajya Sabha from Bihar today. Assembly secretary-cum-election officer Bateshwar Nath Pandey, after the expiry of the deadline for withdrawal of nomination, Harivansh and Ramnath Thakur of the NDA constituents Janata Dal United (JDU), Vivek Thakur of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Premchand Gupta and Amarendhari of RJD. Declaring Singh elected unopposed, gave him a certificates of victory.

Thakur of BJP and Singh of RJD have reached Rajya Sabha for the primary time. At the identical time, JDU chief and Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha Harivansh and former Chief Minister Late. <! –

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                 Karpoori Thakur's son Ramnath Thakur has been given a second probability by the get together. RJD Ok Gupta, who was a member of Rajya Sabha even earlier than Bihar and Minister of Corporate Affairs in Dr. Manmohan Singh authorities, is at present a member of Rajya Sabha from Jharkhand and his time period can also be ending on April 09.

BJP's Vivek Thakur is the son of CP Thakur, a senior chief of the get together and famend doctor, whereas Amrendradhari Singh of RJD is a giant businessman and social employee. It is price noting that JDU's Harivansh, Ramnath Thakur, Kahakshan Parveen, BJP's R.Ok. Ok. Sinha and Dr. CP Thakur are members.

Elections had been held for these seats that are vacant. Based on the variety of members within the meeting, this time solely three candidates from NDA and two from RJD may win the election. A complete of 5 candidates had filed nominations for these seats, resulting from which they’ve been declared elected unopposed. The RJD has gained two seats on this election.

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