The JD-U President told the media that his party will not compromise with the people who are trying to divide the society.
On being questioned about the repeated incidents of communal tension in the state, he said that he and his party have their own stand on social harmony and unity in the society.
"We will not side with divisive politics," he said.
He claimed that there is communal harmony and an atmosphere of peace in Bihar.
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