Shah and Kumar's bonding over breakfast as well on dinner on Thursday has sent indications that he would not walk out of the coalition and join hands with Lalu Prasad's RJD again if his party is not given the respect of "elder brother" and provided lion share of seats as used to be in the NDA during the times of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L K Advani.
The Sena's poser came a day after the BJP sought an apology from Congress president Rahul Gandhi for Shashi Tharoor's 'Hindu Pakistan' remark.
The assembly elections in Telanagna would be held simultaneously with the Lok Sabha polls next year. BJP currently has one Lok Sabha member and five MLAs in the state.
Shah is scheduled to hold meetings with party functionaries during his day-long visit and meet Kumar again over dinner before retiring for the day.
The two leaders are scheduled to meet over breakfast at the State Guest House and again for dinner at the chief minister's official residence on Thursday.
Shah's first visit to Bihar after Kumar's JD(U) rejoined the NDA last year comes in the backdrop of repeated assertions by spokesmen of the JD(U) that it was the "elder brother" in the coalition and should get the lion's share of 40 Lok Sabha seats in the state.
The BJP's relations with some alliance partners, including its oldest ally the Shiv Sena, Nitish Kumar's JD(U), Akali Dal and RLSP of Union minister Upendra Kushwaha, have been somewhat tense, and Shah's comments are being seen as an attempt to smooth their ruffled feathers.
Referring to the Centre's proposal for simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and state assemblies, the Senior CPI leader D Raja alleged the BJP was trying to divert the nation's attention by talking about the "impractical" measure.
Amit Shah will also meet with an administrative committee of the party set up for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls in Tamil Nadu.
Kerala remains the last major state that has resisted the BJP juggernaut over the past five years. It is the only state among those that send at least 10 representatives to the Lok Sabha not to have a BJP member of parliament
Shah stressed that the Modi government was coming up with various farmer-friendly policy decisions ever since it came to power.
The decision, taken by the Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, comes less than a year before next general election.
Shah will be in Kerala tomorrow, in UP on July 4 and 5, in Jharkhand on July 11 and in Bihar on July 12.
Shah's visit assumes significance in the wake of uncertainty continuing over the selection of the party's new state president after the appointment of incumbent Kummanam Rajasekharan as the Governor of Mizoram in May.
Shah made the claim at a public rally at Purulia, where he said despite the funding from the Centre, the benefits had not reached the people and that the BJP will oust the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) from the state in next year's Lok Sabha election.
Chatterjee said Shah should be "more worried" about the BJP-led government at the Centre and in states where assembly polls are due, instead of "looking at" West Bengal.
The party claims that three of its supporters were killed in Purulia before and after the rural polls in the state.
BJP chief Amit Shah alleged that Congress promoted casteism, appeasement of some communities and dynastic politics for their political gains, but it eventually adversely affected the democratic structure of the country.
During his visit, Shah, is scheduled to address a rally in Purulia district, where two BJP workers were killed over three weeks ago.
Amit Shah attended the "Chintan Shibir" (brainstorming session) of the Gujarat BJP and guided its leaders as regards winning all the 26 Lok Sabha seats in the state.
Shah said, "There was a time when elections in the country used to be a Congress versus others affair but now it is BJP on one side and its opponents on the other."
Breaking her silence on the series of allegations levelled by her former ally, the BJP, on the state government led by her, Mehbooba said it was sad to see the saffron party disown its own initiative and label it a "soft approach".
Amit Shah's public address will be significant as he is expected to touch on evolving political situation in the state following the party's withdrawal of support from the Mehbooba Mufti government on Tuesday.
Shah will also hold meetings with digital media and social media volunteers, and participate in other organisational events.
The interactions with "social media warriors" was planned in view of growing significance of online platforms in creating perception, which is important in politics