"Whether it is due to JD(U) rebels led by Jitan Ram Manjhi or RJD dissidents led by Pappu Yadav, the vote bank of Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad has ruptured. NDA's vote bank is neutral and united. We will form a government with two-third majority here after elections, which will be possibly held in September-October," Union Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan Paswan told reporters.

Dismissing reports on a tussle among NDA constituents over Chief Ministerial candidate and seat-sharing in the coming elections, Paswan said his party would "accept and support whoever the BJP announces as the CM candidate."

"With regard to seat-sharing, all three NDA constituents in Bihar - BJP, LJP and Rashtriya Lok Samta Party (RLSP) will decide on it together when the time comes. Our sole aim will be to win all seats that we contest," he added.

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