Opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Bhai Virender said his party would raise the "failures" of the Nitish Kumar-led government on law and order and scams.
"I won't be surprised if NOTA gets majority mark in Bihar elections," tweeted the central union minister, Upendra Kushwaha.
The issue also rocked the state Assembly, which was adjourned till lunch break within minutes of commencement of proceedings.
The proceedings of the House began with the swearing-in of newly-elected RJD MLA from Jehanabad Kumar Krishna Mohan.
Congress state president Kaukab Quadri expelled the four party legislators, including former Bihar minister and former state party president Ashok Choudhary. The other 3 expelled MLCs are Dileep Choudhary, Tanvir Akhtar and Ramchander Bharti.
Accusing that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his government was shielding Baitha, Leader of the Opposition Tejashwi Yadav also demanded a discussion in the state assembly over the delay in his arrest.
On March 11, Lok Sabha bypolls will be held in Uttar Pradesh's Gorakhpur and Phulpur and Bihar's Araria along with assembly bye-election in Bhabua, Bihar.
The protesting members claimed that pictures of Kumar and Modi were used at a function of NGO 'Srijan' in Bhagalpur.
RJD has only seven MLCs, but a party requires at least 9 MLCs to stake claim for the opposition leader in the council, the Deputy Chairman said
Nitish Kumar won the trust vote comfortably with 131 votes against the opposition's 108.
The Nitish Kumar government today won the crucial floor test in the Bihar Assembly, securing 131 votes against the opposition's 108.
"We are happy that the government of Janata Dal-United and the Bharatiya Janata Party passed the floor test in the house today," Sushil Modi said.
Nitish Kumar sailed through the trust vote with 131 votes in his favour and 108 against.
In possibly his sharpest critique against former alliance partner and Bihar CM, Tejashwi Yadav today blasted Nitish Kumar for joining hands with the BJP after having returned to power having fought against it
131 MLAs voted in favour of Nitish Kumar while 108 MLAs voted against his trust vote.
The numbers are in favour of the JD(U)-NDA government headed by Nitish Kumar but the RJD has reportedly decided to create ruckus in the House during the trust vote.
The monsoon session of the Bihar Assembly begins on Friday. Nitish Kumar, who along with the BJP formed a new government, will have to prove his majority in the next two days.