A senior NCP leader on Thursday hinted at a possible tie up between his party and Congress for the Bihar assembly polls but said a final decision rests with the party chief Sharad Pawar.
Party general secretary Tariq Anwar, while ruling out any truck with RJD and LJP, pointed out that the NCP has electoral alliance with the Congress in Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.
For the first time, the party’s national executive meet will be held here on June 19 in which senior leaders like Pawar, Praful Patel, Chaggan Bhujbal and others will participate to discuss many issues, including the strategy for the assembly polls due on November this year, he said.
The leaders will also attend a function on completion of a decade of the party’s formation, Anwar said. Pawar has accepted the resignation of national secretary Aquil Haider who was asked to resign after his supporters created unruly scenes at the party headquarters here, Anwar said.