Meanwhile, there is still confusion over seat allocation among the left parties.
Kumar has done most of the groundwork for the election campaign for the LS polls, ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Patna on March 3.
As per the agreement reached between the BJP and JDU, both of NDA’s allies will contest 17 seats each in Bihar.
The alliance comprises Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Congress, RLSP, Vikassheel Insan Party (VIP) and HAM.
The quota Bill is expected to address the discontent among the upper castes fuelled by the amendment Bill to restore provisions of the SC/ST Act.
The 1987-batch IPS officer, who took over the command of the state police last week, was recently in the news for his personal campaign for liquor ban.
Rahul Gandhi said his party would contest not only the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in alliance with the RJD and other allies, but also the Bihar assembly elections due next year.
The JDU has constituted a three-member committee to negotiate the final seat-sharing arrangement with the BJP.
Opposition parties led by the Congress, on the other hand, are demanding for the Bill to be sent to a select committee for further deliberation.
Both the major players in Uttar Pradesh- BSP and SP- are in regular touch to avoid conflict.
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