Tejashwi Yadav's poll prediction of earthquake-shattered down his own earth of electoral politics and his party RJD got out on zero.
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.
Opposition supporters have already flooded the social media with videos on the movements of EVMs in and around the counting centres.
BJP spokesman Nikhil Anand scoffed the RJD heir apparent saying he stayed away from voting since no member of family was in the race for the Prime Ministers post.
It is said that a slight mismatch with the picture in his voter ID card may have resulted in him not voting.
As per the seat sharing deal of the NDA, the JD(U) and the BJP are contesting 17 seats each, while Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party is contesting the remaining six seats in Bihar.
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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.
Tej Pratap, the mercurial elder son of Prasad, had recently quit as the patron of the party's students' wing and even campaigned against RJD nominees in a couple of seats.
Tejashwi Yadav said that the Centre will end the reservation for Koeri, Kurmi, Ahir, Danhi, Kushwaha and Patel communities.
Tej Pratap Yadav said his younger brother is not listening to him, rejecting his advices and neglecting him.
Bihar opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav claimed that CM Nitish Kumar will resign either on May 23 or shortly after that.
Coming down heavily on the opposition, he said the demonetisation as a belated but much needed courageous move against black money.
Tej Pratap was referring to reports claiming that brother Tejashwi Yadav cancelled his election meetings twice of late.
Last month, Tejashwi had claimed that he was not allowed to meet his father Lalu Prasad, and alleged that there was a political conspiracy behind it.
Tejashwi Yadav said that Giriraj Singh was a follower of the BJP and the RSS which wanted to replace the tricolour with their saffron flag.