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Updated Thu, 17 Sep 2020 10:06 AM IST
BJP president JP Nadda with CM Nitish (file photo)
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Talk can be made on the formula of 2010
Sources say that in the past days, the meeting between the top leaders of BJP and JDU has almost agreed on the seat tally. Experts of politics say that the coordination of seats between JDU and BJP in this way means that seats can be divided only on the formula of the 2010 Bihar assembly elections. That is why it is believed that JDU can contest 119 and BJP 100 seats. There may be synergy between LJP and Hum for other seats.
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BJP, JDU and LJP leaders may meet in Delhi
Sources say that currently due to the monsoon session of Parliament, the top leaders of all parties are in Delhi these days. Therefore, there will be a second meeting in Delhi in three-four days between the BJP and JDU bigwigs regarding the coordination of seats. Apart from this, the BJP and LJP can meet at the top level. After all the meetings, there is a possibility of announcement on seat sharing with the consent of JDU National President and State Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.