The National Democratic Alliance partners will meet on Sunday to decide who will be the next Chief Minister of Bihar, Janata Dal United chief Nitish Kumar said on Friday.
“The legislature party meeting will happen on Sunday, November 15 at 12.30 PM. Things will be discussed in detail and all decisions will be taken at that time. What is decided will be informed to you all after that meeting,” Mr Kumar told reporters.
Nitish Kumar’s JD(U) was the third largest party in the recent Bihar assembly elections behind its partner BJP (74 seats) and rival RJD (75 seats).
Yet, together the NDA in which JD(U) is a component secured 125 seats in the 243-seat assembly to win the right to run the state for next five years.