The RJD leaders made the announcement in the presence of representatives from all alliance partners, including Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee president Madan Mohan Jha.
RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha had issued Nagmani, who also hails from the electorally significant Koeri community, a show-cause notice over his “anti-party activities”.
Nagmani was sacked from the post of national executive president for indulging in anti-party activities.
Kumar unveiled the statue of Shaheed Jagdev Prasad near Jagdev Path Murd at Belly Road on Friday, where Jagdev Prasad's son Nagmani was also present.
A clash took place between policemen and hundreds of RLSP workers when the latter, led by Kushwaha, were marching through Patna’s thoroughfares to Raj Bhawan to submit a memorandum
A march was organised by the Joint Forum for Academic and Social Justice. After the march, several political leaders from opposition parties addressed the gathering at Jantar Mantar
With RJD, the pivot in the alliance, insisting on contesting on 20 out of the state’s 40 LS seats in order to retain its leading position, the other parties in the alliance are under pressure
A formal announcement will be made for all seats, to be fought by respective Grand Alliance constituents, after January 14 when the inauspicious month of Kharmaas comes to an end.
Murmurs of dissatisfaction have been reported among NDA allies such as Apna Dal (S) and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party recently.
Kushwaha joined the JD(U) at party office in the presence of party's state leaders.
The RLSP legislators in Bihar also affirmed that they were in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) camp.
The meetings took place on a day Rashtriya Lok Samata Party, a former constituent of BJP-led NDA, formally joined the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance.
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RLSP has reportedly told both Congress and RJD that it must be given no less than seven seats to contest.
RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular) founder Jitan Ram Manjhi and a Congress representative are likely to be present during the announcement.