Tejashwi Yadav's poll prediction of earthquake-shattered down his own earth of electoral politics and his party RJD got out on zero.
Opposition supporters have already flooded the social media with videos on the movements of EVMs in and around the counting centres.
It is said that a slight mismatch with the picture in his voter ID card may have resulted in him not voting.
Poll campaigning in Bihar’s Sasaram and Ara seats has not seen acrimonious verbal duels as two former bureaucrats who are in the fray have maintained decorum
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The RJD chief further asked whether the JD(U) chief is left with any ethics, principle, morality and liberal views or not.
The Nitish factor in Bihar is akin to ‘jaman’, an important ingredient to turn milk to yoghurt, whose company has ensured victories for the allies.
The letter calls on Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and says that his party symbol-- Arrow -- is a symbol of conflict and violence and that people need a lantern of love and brotherhood.
It is another thing that Singh graduated from Saint Stephens College, is an ex-IAS officer and had served as home secretary of India.
The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has injected a subtle twist to the poll plot in Bihar by picking up a campaign point which brought it success in the 2015 Assembly elections.
In Vaishali LS constituency, Yadavs, Kushwahas and Nishad voters make for a significant grouping and are expected to stand by RJD's Raghuvansh Prasad Singh.
Tej Pratap Yadav said his younger brother is not listening to him, rejecting his advices and neglecting him.
A farmer rued, 'No leader has done anything. The banana research centre is defunct now and the agriculture research centre opened at Goraul serves no purpose.'
Last month Tej Pratap took a U-turn on his earlier announcement to contest the election against Rai, the father of his estranged wife.
Nishant Chaturvedi retweeted a small piece that questioned Rabri Devi's academic skills and mocked at her ability to use Twitter.
Gandhi has been using the slogan at public meetings for quite some time to allege that financial irregularities have taken place in the Rafale deal.