Bihar Elections: Chirag Paswan met BJP President JP Nadda
Bihar Elections: Chirag Paswan met BJP President JP Nadda

Patna: The tussle between Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) and JDU is increasing day by day. At the same time, there is uncertainty about whether both LJP and JDU will join the NDA alliance in the forthcoming Bihar assembly elections. Amidst all this, LJP chief Chirag Paswan has met BJP President J P Nadda.

Chirag Paswan held talks with party leaders at the current and former MPs meeting on Wednesday. According to the report, he demanded the BJP that his party will field more seats than JDU in the Bihar elections. Paswan has also written a letter to PM Modi regarding the same. In the letter, he has briefed about the political situation. According to sources, Chirag Paswan has also written in the letter regarding anti-incumbency of Nitish Kumar's JDU government.

According to the report, a senior leader informed about Paswan's meeting with Nadda, adding that he told BJP President JP Nadda about the ground situation in the state. He informed about the anti-incumbency against CM Nitish Kumar and said that in the present situation, JDU will have to compromise with the seats."

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