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Sources said that both parties have almost reached a consensus over seat sharing barring two or three seats. 'It will be resolved soon,' the source said.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was likely to meet top leaders of the BJP during his ongoing visit of New Delhi and thrash out the issue of seat-sharing for the Lok Sabha polls.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was admitted to the AIIMS here for a health checkup on Tuesday, a source at the hospital said.
According to sources in the chief minister's office here, Kumar left for Delhi in the afternoon and is likely to stay there for the next couple of days.
It was his father and RJD chief Lalu Prasad who had called Nitish Kumar the "Paltu Ram of politics" for breaking the Grand Alliance and forming a new government with the BJP last year.
Claiming that 65 per cent of Bihar’s voters are already with NDA, deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi said the LS poll battle in the state will be a '65-35 battle' between NDA and the grand alliance.
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar gives earful to police brass on soaring crime, asks them to act tough on trouble-makers
Expressing concern over recent attacks on police teams by antisocial elements during raids, the CM asked the police force to act tough on such people and conduct raids after thorough preparations.
The Bodh Gaya-Kathmandu bus will pass through Gaya, Patna, Hajipur, Muzaffarpur, Motihari, Raxaul and Birganj.
Six killed in Bihar in four lynching incidents over five days; Opposition slams Nitish Kumar-led government
Meanwhile, the ruling JD(U) accused the main Opposition party RJD of having a hand in these incidents with the aim of maligning the chief minister's image.
It appeared that Mr Kumar had struck a deal with BJP to join hands and it must be made public by him, Tejashwi Yadav demanded.
When Nitish first came to power in 2005 after dislodging the 15-year-old RJD regime, his first priority was to tackle the rampant lawlessness prevailing in Bihar.
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s sickness sparks war of words between RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav and JD(U), BJP leaders
A cabinet meeting had to be put off due to his sickness, and he failed to attend a government programme on Teachers’ Day.
Bihar cops say crime rate fell by 22.23 per cent in a year, but Union minister Upendra Kushwaha disagrees
His statements were pooh-poohed by the ruling JD(U) and BJP leaders, who maintained that the government is doing its best.
RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, leader of the Opposition in the Assembly, attacked the Nitish Kumar-led NDA government over a flurry of such incidents in the state in recent months.
The RJD leader had planned to sit on a day-long fast along with his party colleagues at Gandhi Maidan in protest against the rising atrocities against women in Bihar.