On sunday night, february 11, right before a trust vote, all 19 of the congress party's MLAs representing bihar, who had been in hyderabad for a week due to concerns over poaching in the state, returned to Patna. They planned to go straight to Tejashwi Yadav's house, a former deputy chief minister and RJD leader, as their aircraft landed in patna around 5 p.m. Amid concerns about poaching, the MLAs were relocated from patna to hyderabad in advance of the bihar Assembly's trust vote on february 12.
 

Some leaders of the congress party have expressed concern that the bjp or JD (U) would attempt to entice congress MLAs since the recently established national democratic alliance (NDA) administration has to demonstrate its majority. The congress party is the second-largest member of the "Mahagathbandhan," which fell from grace after JD (U) president and chief minister Nitish Kumar joined the NDA. In bihar, the congress has 19 MLAs. In a day or two, the final three MLAs are also probably going to arrive in Hyderabad.
 

On a certain day, jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) and a congress MLA left hyderabad for three days and returned to Ranchi, while the bihar MLAs were in Hyderabad. On february 2, two chartered planes carried about forty MLAs from the two parties to Hyderabad. Additionally, they were lodging at the outside of the city at Leonia Resort. On Monday, the jharkhand Assembly confirmed the majority of the new administration headed by Champai Soren.
 

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