The three allies, who were not present at the impromptu meeting, had demanded the removal of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
"The meeting of NDA leaders was of the unanimous view that Gujarat situation was not a subject for discussion. If you raise state matters, then tomorrow there will be demands for discussing West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh," NDA convener and
Defence Minister George Fernandes said in New Delhi.
The meeting was held after both Houses of Parliament were adjourned for the third consecutive day on Wednesday on the issue.
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