Bihar, July 20: Bihar's leader of opposition and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav on Friday said that the party may bring a no-confidence motion against the Nitish Kumar-led government in the Bihar Legislative Assembly.
Making his intentions clear, he added that No- Confidence Motion is not always about taking down the government.
"We might bring it sometime," he said. "No-confidence motion is not brought always to bring the government down. Sometimes it is for making the government provide answers to the public," he said.
"If not in this session, we will try to bring it in the next session," he added.
His statement comes on a day the Narendra Modi led NDA government is facing a No-Confidence Motion in the Lok Sabha .
The Bihar Assembly has 243 chairs. The RJD is the single largest party with 81 MLAs. The JD(U) and BJP have 70 and 53 MLAs, respectively. Kumar also enjoys the support of 8 MLAs which include 2 MLAs each of RLSP and LJP. The Congress party has only 27 legislators.