The ruling Janata Dal (United) in Bihar on Tuesday expelled 15 leaders from the celebration for indulging in anti-party actions forward of the Meeting elections. The checklist of expelled leaders features a sitting MLA, former MLAs, and former ministers. They’re Dadan Singh Yadav (sitting MLA from Dumraon), former ministers Rameshwar Paswan and Bhagwan Singh Kushwaha, former MLAs Ranvijay Singh and Sumit Kumar Singh, former state unit chief of celebration’s ladies wing Kanchan Kumari Gupta, Pramod Singh Chandravanshi, Arun Kumar, Tajammul Khan, Amresh Chowdhary, Sivshankar Chowdhury, Sindhu Paswan, Kartar Singh Yadav, Rakesh Ranjan, and Mungeri Paswan.
Bihar: Janata Dal (United) expels 15 of its leaders together with an MLA, former MLAs, and former ministers from the celebration for his or her involvement in anti-party actions. pic.twitter.com/eB01YnYKyA
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Earlier on Monday, the Bharatiya Janata Occasion expelled the rebels who stop the celebration to hitch the Lok Janshakti Occasion (LJP). Senior celebration chief Sushil Modi had final week warned the rebels to ‘come again to the fold or be ready to face expulsion’. As many as 9 BJP leaders have been expelled for indulging in anti-party actions. The expelled leaders embody Indu Kashyap, Anil Kumar, Mrinal Shekhar, Ajay Pratap, Rajendra Singh, Rameshwar Chaurasia, Usha Vidyarthi, Ravindra Yadav, and Shweta Singh. Three of them have joined the LJP — Rajendra Singh, Rameshwar Chaurasia, and Usha Vidyarthi. The LJP has given them tickets to contest the elections.