Rashtriya Janata Dal
The Rashtriya Janata Dal (Left national the people) or RJD is an Indian political party . It is mainly represented in the State of the Bihar, the poorest State of the country. The RJD was founded in 1997 by its current leader, Laloo Prasad Yadav, following a scission with the Janata Dal. The electoral base of this party is formed mainly by the members of the caste of the Yadav (the intermediate caste, most important numerically), and of the Moslems.
Laloo Prasad Yadav was Chief minister of Bihar of 1990 with 1997, before being replaced following an corruption affair by his wife, Rabri Devi. The RJD lost this State when it was placed, in February 2005 under direct federal administration ( Presidential' S rule ). The regional election of November 2005 which followed was gained by another party, the Janata Dal (United).
The RJD takes part in the coalition carried out by the Parti of the Congress, victorious at the time of the general elections of May 2004, with 11 seats of deputies (on 543). Two of its members are Ministers for the government of Manmohan Singh: Laloo Prasad Yadav with the Railroads, and Prem Chand Gupta with the Businesses of the companies.
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