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Nitish unhappy with NDA seat-sharing formula, likely to ‘unfriend’ BJP soon: Reports

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PATNA: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is said to be unhappy with the NDA’s reported seat-sharing deal draft and is likely to snap alliance with the BJP soon.

As per media reports, Kumar’s JD-U may walk out of the NDA in January next year.

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Kumar is unhappy over less number of seats being spared for his party while he had suggested that both JD-U and the BJP should contest on equal number of seats, local media reported today.

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Under the NDA’s proposed seat-sharing formula, the BJP will keep the lion’s share of 20 seats whereas the remaining 20 seats will be distributed among its allies. The JD-U will be given 12 seats. Bihar has a total of 40 LS seats.

JU spokesman Neeraj Kumar denied cracks in the NDA saying “Those who are daydreaming are making such rumours. There is not a single ounce of truth in this report”.

However, he added, “there are some issues which will be resolved soon”.

“Nitish Kumar should have taken the decision 6 months ago…The JD(U) will be given only 8-7 seats by BJP,” former RJD minister Vijay Prakash told the local media.

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