According to sources, Manjhi met BJP President Amit Shah at the latter's residence twice and held seat-sharing talks when he demanded more seats from BJP for his Hindustan Awam Morcha (HAM).
There were plans to declare NDA's seat-sharing plans on Saturday. Manjhi expressed unhappiness over the 15-odd seats offered to HAM and further talks with him will be held today.
HAM has been offered around 15 seats and the five outgoing MLAs owing allegiance to him have been asked to contest on BJP tickets.
Rashtriya Lok Samata Party's (RLSP) Upendra Kushwaha, also an ally of NDA, also met Shah this morning and later said he has authorised Shah to finalize seat-sharing.
While BJP plans to contest on around 160 seats out of a total of 243 seats, RLSP is being offered 25 seats while Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party around 40, it is learnt.
Seat-sharing talks among NDA allies started since morning and continued till late at night at Amit Shah's residence.
After Manjhi's disapproval over seats offered to him, BJP Bihar core group held its meeting late in the evening to discuss seat-sharing.

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