The MLAs alongwith Lalu were first stopped but then were later given entry into the Assembly.
Lalu also accused Nitish Kumar of using the Speaker to split political parties. RJD wokers earlier pelted stones at the Speaker's residence, saying that the latter and Nitish Kumar cheated them.
Lalu said that the party had written a letter signed by 9 of the 13 'rebel' MLAs to the Bihar Assembly Secretary. "The fight has begun, now we'll counter Nitish Kumar," he said.
Taking a dig at Nitish Kumar, Lalu said 'Nitish Kumar bhaag gaya, Lalu Prasad jaag gaya.'