Bihar elections: Nadda meets CM Nitish, talked about seat sharing
Bihar elections: Nadda meets CM Nitish, talked about seat sharing

New Delhi: BJP national president JP Nadda today met Bihar CM and JD(U) supremo Nitish Kumar. In view of the Bihar assembly elections, JP Nadda has reached Patna on his two-day visit to Bihar yesterday. It is being said that the seat-sharing formula has been discussed during the meeting.

In Bihar, the issue of seat division is going on due to the growing talon of the Ally party Ram Vilas Paswan's Lojopa and JDU. In the meantime, Nitish Kumar's old trusted and we have met party leader Jitan Ram Manjhi's JDU and the LOJPA is also looking up. According to the schedule, at 9 a.m. this morning, he visited Mother Patan Devi and thereafter launched a self-reliant India campaign from the state office. Later in the morning at 10.30 a.m., Nadda reached cm accommodation at 1 Ane Marg in Patna to meet CM Nitish Kumar of the state. It is reported that the meeting has discussed seat sharing between the two.

Let us tell you that JP Nadda held a meeting of the Election Steering Committee at the Bihar BJP office in Patna yesterday. In Bihar, the NDA top leaders ' meeting between JDU and LJP for quite some time is being considered very important in view of the assembly elections. In fact, LJP supremo Chirag Paswan is constantly demanding more seats in NDA, while CM Nitish Kumar is also constantly targeting him.

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