In June, the JD(U) formally broke its 17-year-old ties with the BJP in Bihar and walked out of the NDA. Reacting to JD(U)’s decision, the BJP said there would be no compromise on decision to elevate Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate, trashing allegations that Modi was an autocratic and divisive leader. It also question Nitish’s growing proximity to the Congress.

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