Putul Kumari- who became MP from Banka constituency in November, 2010 after her husband and sitting MP Digvijay Singh expired- joined the BJP in the presence of party president Rajnath Singh.
Another first time MP- Om Prakash Yadav who represents Siwan in the Lok Sabha- also joined the BJP. After its alliance with JD(U) broke in Bihar, BJP has been engaged in strengthening its cadre and presence in the state.
The party is likely to induct some more leaders in the coming days.
With BJP's prospects arguably on the rise, political leaders from various states have sent overtures to the party to join it ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
The party is likely to induct some more leaders in the coming days, sources said. Welcoming the two MPs to the BJP, Rajnath Singh said people are unhappy with the Congress and want a change of government.
"Congress has also accepted the fact that it will lose the Lok Sabha elections. As I said at our party conclave, Congress will indulge in all kinds of activities in its bid to prevent BJP from coming to power," Singh said.
He claimed that BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is the most popular leader in the country today.