BJP chief Amit Shah will meet his party’s Bihar allies today to finalise how they will share the state’s 243 seats
for the assembly elections, expected to be held in October. The allies are anxious that the BJP has not
finalised seat-sharing yet and fear that in a last-minute scramble, it might apportion an inadequate number of
seats to them, with no time to negotiate. The Paswans, says sources, want to contest at least 75 seats, while the RLSP of Upendra Kushwaha wants 66. New partner and former chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi’s party is demanding 40 seats.
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