LJD chief Sharad Yadav said all exit polls are wrong and far from the truth and that the reality will be out on Thursday.
The NDA had won 31 Lok Sabha seats in 2014 in Bihar, while the opposition alliance had got nine.
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Sharad Yadav was accompanied by several leaders of the Grand Alliance, RJD workers and supporters who raised loud slogans as he submitted the documents.
The RJD leaders made the announcement in the presence of representatives from all alliance partners, including Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee president Madan Mohan Jha.
The meeting is likely to be attended by all constituents of the 'Mahagathbandhan' that comprises the RJD, the Congress, former Union minister Upendra Kushwaha's RLSP'.
Yadav said the Modi government should tell the people what has it done for them since 2014.
Rajasthan BJP had lodged a complaint in the matter. Joint Chief Electoral Officer Surendra Maheshwari said the department has written a letter to ECI for taking further action.
Raje has demanded that the Election Commission take cognisance of Yadav's "insulting" remarks and taken action against him.
Yadav clarified later saying it was a mere 'joke' and that his intentions were not to hurt the Chief Minister while Raje insisted that such language will set a bad example for youngsters.
Yadav on Thursday clarified while talking to ANI that his comment was meant to be a joke.
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People want to get rid of the Narendra Modi-led government as it has not fulfilled a single promise made to them 2014, Yadav claimed.
Kushwaha, also a Union minister, met Yadav at the latter's residence and both the leaders were believed to discussed the current political situation, especially in Bihar, RLSP sources said.
Sharad Yadav asked the party's government at the Centre and in states to work to fulfil promises made by them before elections.