Rahil Nora Chopra : As the Bihar Assembly election is coming closer, the political parties started arranging their own house and alignment with parties and groups. On September 12, National BJP President JP Nadda interacted with Bihar Chief Minister and JD(U) National President Nitish Kumar along with Bihar election incharge Bhupinder Yadav and Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi and discussed about the seat sharing between BJP and JD(U). According to sources, CM Nitish has shown his displeasure at the statement made by LJP President Chirag Paswan during his meeting with Nadda. On the other hand LJP which was not a part in this meeting has said that the party wants a respectable accommodation. In 2015, in the house of 243, BJP contested 157 seats, LJP 42 seats, Jitin Ram Manjhi’s Hindustani Awam Morcha 21seats while JD(U)and RJD contested together on 101 seat each and Congress on 41 seats. Now Nitish does not want to leave any seat for LJP and according to sources, Nitish has told JP Nadda to accommodate LJP from their own sharing seats. Meanwhile Pappu Yadav and Chirag Paswan have become active to make some alignment. According to political observers it may possibly be that LJP will not ally with JD(U) but remain in alliance with BJP and LJP candidates will fight against JD(U) candidates so that Nitish Kumar could not get more seats than BJP.