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NDA 'united' in Bihar, will win more than 200 seats: Nitish

The chief minister was trying to dispel "confusions" arising from his recent meetings with RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar during state level party workers meeting on preparation for the Legislative Assembly polls, in Patna, Sunday, March 1, 2020.

PTI   |   Patna   |   Published 01.03.20, 10:19 AM

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday asserted that the NDA, of which his JD(U) is a part, was 'united' in Bihar as he sought to dispel 'confusions' arising from his recent meetings with RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav.

Addressing a 'karyakarta sammelan' (Workers' meeting) of the party in Patna, Kumar underscored that with the state Assembly having passed a unanimous resolution against the NRC and the NPR, 'patience' should be kept on the CAA and 'controversies' avoided until the matter was before the court.

He also told JD(U) workers 'let us resolve to ensure NDA will win more than 200 seats in Bihar assembly polls'

Kumar also slammed the Opposition Congress-RJD alliance over the 1989 Bhagalpur riots and pointed out that it was only after his government came to power in 2005 that the guilty were brought to book and the victims got justice.

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