NDA Government In Bihar May Discontinue As Relations Within The Party Deteriorate
The NDA spearheaded the RJD and it is now finding it difficult to convince its partners of its pre-eminence in the coalition.
Bihar is facing a lot of hustle-bustle weeks ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. According to the news reports, the grand alliance spearheaded the RJD (Rashtriya Janata Dal), which had emerged as the largest party in the previous elections with 81 seats. Sources also claim that the NDA is now finding it difficult to convince its partners of its pre-eminence in the coalition and allow it to contest 150 odd seats of the 243-member assembly. Looking at the stressful situation, reports claim that the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) government in Bihar will split up very soon.
LJP (Lok Janshakti Party) chief Chirag Paswan claimed 42 seats and even declared that he can contest separate elections by breaking ties with the NDA. The BJP had offered two MLC (Member of Legislative Council) seats to LJP, however, Chirag Paswan has not agreed to these terms.
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