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Amit Shah dials Nitish as NDA maintains slim lead in Bihar

Source: PTI   -  Edited By: Roshneesh Kmaneck
November 10, 2020 20:01 IST
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah Tuesday dialled Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as the two leaders talked about the Bihar poll results and trends, sources close to the Janata Dal-United president said.

The National Democratic Alliance is marginally ahead of rival Mahagathbandhan, according to the latest Election Commission update on counting of votes.

 

The Bharatiya Janata Party has outperformed ally JD-U which has triggered speculations in some quarters if Kumar will still be the chief minister or somebody from the saffron party will lead the coalition government in the state.

Shah and BJP president J P Nadda have already announced that Kumar will be the chief minister irrespective of the seats won by the two allies.

Several JD-U leaders including state president Vasistha Narayan Singh and party spokespersons Ajay Alok and Rajiv Ranjan Prasad have said there was nothing more to say on the issue of chief ministership as the senior BJP leadership has already backed Kumar.

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