JDU-RJD tie-up for Bihar polls

lalu-nitishJDU and RJD parties have decided to jointly contest the coming Assembly elections in Bihar to apply check to the saffron party and put a halt to Modi wave. Out of 243 seats, 100 each to be allotted to JDU and RJD while 43 will be shared by Congress, NCP, CPI and CPM, according to sources. Bihar Chief Minister Nithish Kumar and Lalluprasad, who met at the residence of Samajvadi party chief Mulayam Sing Yadav in New Delhi, have decided to appoint a 6-member panel for allocation of seats. Mulayam played a key role in it. SP general secretary Ramgopal Yadav said that they would take a decision on the cm candidature later. Earlier, Nitish held talks with Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for over an hour at the latter’s residence. They are expected to meet Congress chief Sonia Gandhi later in the day and discuss tie-up issue.

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