The state police chief said that senior police officers have been given a free hand to deal with the rowdy elements in proper way, if they attempt to either breach law and order.
Ahead of the LS poll results, while BJP's Vasundhara Raje has been going toe to toe against the party's national leadership, CM Gehlot's critics will also be keeping a keen eye on the results.
Will there be a twist in the tale? History suggests it could happen.
Taking at a jibe at RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, he asked that Yadav should answer on why he didn't vote on poll day instead of casting doubts over the EVMs.
BJP chief Amit Shah, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray were present among various leaders.
The Bihar police has tightened security around the counting centres post the threat.
While most have predicted a YSRC sweep in both the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, exit polls by Today’s Chanakya, C-Voter-Republic TV, and Lagadapati Raja Gopal favoured ruling TDP.
While agencies commissioned by Times Now, News X, India Today, News Nation, Malayala Manorama and Mathrubhumi predicted UDF's victory, CNN News 18 gave LDF the edge.
It is said that a slight mismatch with the picture in his voter ID card may have resulted in him not voting.
The BJP and its allies may absorb the 'gathbandhan' shock by losing 15-20 odd seats.
Though the Congress might have won the previous assembly election, the BJP’s experiment with new faces in the poll fray seems to be working in its favour.
Between March 10 and May 19, Rs 839.03 crore in cash, liquor worth Rs 294.41 crore, drugs worth Rs 1270.37 crore and precious metals including gold worth Rs 986.76 crore were seized.
The polls indicate Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP led NDA securing a comfortable win by retaining almost the same number of seats as it did in 2014.
Banerjee requested the EC that hat Sunday's polling is held without the "undue interference of the central government" and any "intervention by the ruling party at the Centre".
Even if the NPF pulls out, it will not pose a threat to the BJP-NPP coalition government as it accounts for 40 MLAs in the 60-member House.