Patna: After the relations that soured between the ruling JD(U) and its ally BJP in Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday held a 'darbar' with NDA activists.

Kumar normally holds 'darbar' of NDA workers on the Monday, on every fourth week in a month, but he did not hold this for long after relations between the two parties soured.

More than 900 workers from Sheikhpura, Jamui and Munger turned up to air their grievances as the Chief Minister listened at his official bungalow on Monday.

When contacted, Bihar Food Minister Shyam Rajak said the Chief Minister listened to their grievances and asked the officials present there to look into these on a priority basis for resolution.


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