JD (U), the ruling party in Bihar, along with the RJD will be contesting on 10 seats in the Assembly by-elections in the state together.
"This is the NDA effect which has forced two enemies to act like friends. The Lok Sabha results have forced them to fight for their existence," LJP MP Chirag Paswan said outside Parliament.
The state will witness by-polls in the constituencies of Narkatiaganj, Chapra, Rajnagar, Mohiuddinnagar, Hajipur, Bhagalpur, Parbatta, Mohania and Banka.
While LJP won six seats, both JD (U) and RJD fared poorly in the Lok Sabha elections with two and four seats respectively.
The first time MP Chirag further said, "The two parties – JD (U) and RJD - were opposed to each other all the time. Nitishji came to power by opposing RJD. But now they have joined hands to protect their existence."

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