PATNA: BJP national president Amit Shah put to rest on Thursday all speculation about a rift in the Bihar NDA, declaring that the upcoming assembly elections in the state would be fought under the leadership of JD (U) national president and CM Nitish Kumar.
Shah said the alliance is firm and any bickering was only among lower-level workers.
"The alliance between JD(U) and BJP is "atal (unshakable)". The NDA will contest the next assembly elections in Bihar under the leadership of Nitishji. Nationally, PM Narendra Modi will continue to lead the coalition," Shah had said in an interview to a TV channel.
Shah's statement was welcomed by JD(U) functionaries. JD(U) general secretary and state industries minister Shyam RajaRead More – Source