NDA allies reaches BJP and LJP on seat-sharing for Bihar Election 2015, announced today


New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday reached on seat-sharing agreement with confederate Lok Janshakti Party for the Bihar Assembly Elections 2015.

According to the report, the BJP will contest 160 of the total 243 seats while the remaining confederate of the confederation will fight on the rest.

The deal was clear during a meeting between LJP Chief Ram Vilas Paswan and BJP president Amit Shah.
Chirag Paaswan (BJP) who is son of Ram Vilas Paswan (LJP Supremo) said on Saturday that Seat-sharing has been decided upon, in a two days. We will decide on seat selection as well.

Chirag Paswan said that I hope with the sweetness of last night we all will contest elections and Diwali will be a historic NDA celebration.
Today, senior BJP leaders are came to meet at Amit Shah’s residence to give finishing touches to the seat-sharing arrangements with all confederates.

The National Democratic Alliance will also meet in the evening over allotment for seats.
After the NDA meeting, it is hoped that a formal announcement by the confederate will be made.
The election will be held next month in five phases from October 12 to November 5 in Bihar.