On 27th November the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has chosen Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, as its chosen one for the Rajya Sabha by-election required by the demise of the former Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan and he was also the leader of Lok Janshakti Party. The Rajya Sabha by-election will fill the empty seat left by the former Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan. The Rajya Sabha seat that Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan settled till his passing on 8th October is till 2024 2nd April.
The Election Commission of India has stated that on 14th December the by-poll decision will be held and in the event that the opposition coalition party led by Rashtriya Janata Dal chose to challenge for the seat. The tallying of votes will likewise be held around the same day. Rajya Sabha has 243 party members, the National Democratic Alliance need the help of 122 MLAs to hold the Rajya Sabha seat and the coalition parties have 125 seats.
On 27 December the elections are planned for that seat and PM Narendra Modi is probably going to cruise through with enough votes. PM Narendra Modi, in spite of being the Deputy CM for over 10 years under Bihar CM Nitish Kumar in Bihar was not named to that position after the National Democratic Alliance won the ongoing Assembly polls in Bihar. This set off theory that a part of the Middle was being ready for him.
BJP Bharatiya Janata Party to have chosen its own BJP leader rather than a Lok Janshakti Party candidate to supplant Ram Vilas Paswan because of his child and new Lok Janshakti Party leader Chirag Paswan’s choice to not align with the NDA during the ongoing Bihar state elections.
This has had the twofold impact of incensing the Janata Dal (United), whose seat count was chopped down due to the applicants set up by the Lok Janshakti Party, just as driving the BJP to need to remove it from the Lok Janshakti Party. Chirag Paswan had demanded all through his rally that he wished to get together with the BJP to form the govt in Bihar.