Sounding confident of victory in elections, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar said that he had fulfilled whatever was promised.
In his tweets, he also struck an emotional note, saying that his father remains in hospital and he misses his words of guidance.
The CEC also cited a recent Supreme Court observation, saying eventually life has to go on.
The EC has revisited the instructions for holding elections due to COVID-19. The first major step was to reduce the number of electors at each polling station from 1,500 to 1,000, said the CEC.
The plea sought to hold the Bihar Assembly elections till the situation becomes normal.
The term of the 243-member Bihar legislative assembly comes to an end on November 29.
Jan Adhikar Party declared that the party will give up power if all the promises made are not fulfilled in three years of government formation.
Bihar elections: Over 15 lakh registrations on RJD's new job portal for unemployed youth, claims party
The RJD’s digital portal - www.berozgarihatao.co.in has also added a toll-free number via which one can register themselves with a mere missed call.
The Nitish Kumar government has already decided to provide government jobs to family members of Dalits killed in the state.
In a tweet, Modi said the new AIIMS will not only train healthcare professionals but also provide employment to the people of the region.
After being welcomed by deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi and briefed about the projects in detail by CM Nitish Kumar, Modi inaugurated and activated them
Chirag Paswan criticism of the Chief Minister had raised doubts about the LJP fighting the election under Nitish Kumar’s leadership
Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren called on jailed RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav in Ranchi and claimed that a blueprint was being prepared for contesting Bihar Polls together under the grand alliance.
RJD's 'Switch Off' mode of protest against the growing unemployment was organised in a bid to create mass sentiment in the public.
As soon as stickers bearing the actor's photo were spotted on vehicles of party leaders and other public transport across Patna, it triggered a massive political outcry from opposition.