Why is the government running away from questions, Tejashwi said, adding that how will the peoples' representatives ask questions if the session does not work to its full length.
Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said the mandate was against Nitish Kumar and despite 15 years of his power, Bihar remains one of the poorest states.
Despite the NDA leading the table, having won or leading in 125 seats, three more than the number required for a simple majority in the 243-member assembly, it's not done and dusted yet.
"We are in touch with our candidates and workers from all areas and the information received from them tells that results will go in our favour," the Lalu Prasad-led party said in a tweet.
As trends from all 243 seats became available, the NDA constituents were ahead in 125, with BJP candidates leading the table in 72 seats and the JD(U) in only 47.
A crowd of Tejashwi supporters that had gathered outside the 10 Circular Road residence of former chief minister Rabri Devi expecting a victory is thinning now.
The votes will be counted on November 10, a day after RJDs chief ministerial candidate Tejashwi Yadav celebrates his 32nd birthday.
With Chirag Paswan, Upendra Kushwaha and Pappu Yadav contesting alone this time unlike 2015, the poll result is likely to be chaotic.
It’s apparent from Tejashwi’s utterances that RJD considers Modi its main rival, BJP-JD-U banking on PM’s appeal is clear from places where he campaigned
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Bihar's traditional powerhouses JDU of CM Nitish Kumar and the opposition RJD under young Tejashwi Yadav have found wingmen in BJP and Congress respectively.
Some poll analysts said that if NDA leaders continue parroting the same speeches, crowds wouldn’t arrive at their rallies.
The best deal was struck by NDA’s new entrant Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) — the BJP gave it 11 seats, four more than the expected.
JMM leader Supriyo Bhattacharya said the big brotherly attitude and political craftiness of RJD in seat-sharing are behind the decision.
Mukesh Sahni, founder and national president of the VIP, also declared that he will never be in a political alliance with RJD as long as Tejashwi Yadav was leading the party.
JMM General Secretary and its spokesman Vinod Pandey said they have presented a demand of over one dozen seats in Bihar.