Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today sought to project a united face amid the war of words between his deputy Prashant Kishor and ally BJP over the seat-sharing for next year's assembly election in the state. "Sab theek hai (all is well)," Mr Kumar was quoted as saying on the alliance in the state. Prashant Kishor, whose criticism for the BJP started with the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), had recently suggested that his party must get a lion's share in seat distribution for the polls. "If we look at the 2010 assembly polls, which the JD (U) and the BJP had last contested together, the ratio was 1:1.4. Even if there is a slight change this time, it cannot be that both parties fight an equal number of seats," Mr Kishor said on Sunday.