Nadda also said a 3-member panel has been formed in Bihar to talk to BJP MLAs and report to the leadership to help it take a final call.
New Delhi/Patna: The BJP on Wednesday said it is against mid-term polls in Bihar where Nitish Kumar resigned as chief minister citing differences with ally RJD over corruption.
Emerging from the meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board attended among others by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, senior party leader J P Nadda said the board is against mid-term polls in the state.
He also said a three-member panel has been formed in Bihar to talk to BJP MLAs and report to the leadership to help it take a final call.
Senior party leader Sushil Modi also said that BJP does not favour mid-term polls in Bihar and wants all legislators to complete their term.
"We are happy that Nitish Kumar did not compromise on the issue of corruption and did not bow down before the RJD. The BJP is not in favour of mid-term polls and wants that all MLAs complete their term," he told reporters in Patna.
At a meeting of the state BJP, it was decided that Sushil Modi and some other leaders will apprise the central party leadership of the developments.