"LJP and BJP would together contest next assembly polls in the state and NDA will win a majority and would form the next government in Bihar, Paswan said."
Patna, May 15 - The Nitish Kumar government in Bihar will fall after the general election results are out, LJP leader Ram Vilas Paswan said Thursday.

Paswan, whose Lok Janshakti Party - is an ally of the Bharatiya Janata Party -, said dozens of Nitish Kumar's legislators would desert him.

It is certain that Nitish Kumar government would fall after the polls outcome and there will be a mid term-polls in the state by November this year, Paswan, who is upbeat over exit polls projection that show NDA emerging victorious, told media persons here.

Paswan said his party's alliance with BJP will last long in Bihar.

LJP and BJP would together contest next assembly polls in the state and NDA will win a majority and would form the next government in Bihar, Paswan said.

Paswan's LJP joined hands with BJP in February to contest the Lok Sabha polls.


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