New Delhi, Jun 22: BJP spokesperson informed that it has not received any indications of JD(U) threatening to snap the alliance with the party if Narendra Modi and Varun Gandhi campaign during Bihar's assembly polls later in 2010.
"We have not received any such message from the JD(U) on who will campaign and who won't. This is for us (BJP) to decide who should or shouldn't. We have not sought anybody's advice on this either," BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain told the media on Tuesday, Jun 22.
The senior BJP leaders had convened two meetings on Monday, Jun 21 to discuss whether to continue with the coalition. BJP is set to hold the third meeting later on Tuesday, Jun 22 in New Delhi with the Bihar unit's core group to decide about its future rapports with JD(U).
"I will also be present at the meeting at 9 in the evening with the party president (Nitin Gadkari). Whatever decision we take, you will be informed," Hussain said.