Bihar polls 2020: "One can clearly see, BJP-JDU-HAM-VIP will form a government with a clear two-thirds majority so there is no question of fewer seats. Even if we get more seats, Nitish Kumarji will still be our leader," Nadda said.
Speaking at a rally in Parbatta, Nitish Kumar said, "Bogus baat hai (it's all bogus)". "These people keep saying we will give you jobs... all this is bogus talk. They will say anything at all. They will try to mislead and confuse people."
Polling for the second phase will take take place on November 3 and for the third phase on November 7. The counting of votes will be done on November 10.
Bihar Elections 2020: Over 2.14 crore electorates will decide fate of 1,066 candidates. Political fortunes of 8 Cabinet Ministers including Prem Kumar, Ram Narayan Mandal, Jai Kumar Singh, Krishna Nandan Verma will be decided in this phase.
Bihar Elections 2020: The campaigning for the first phase of the high-decibel Bihar Assembly Elections will end on Monday (today) evening.
Addressing the public in Biharsharif, JP Nadda said that under whom lawlessness existed in the state are now talking about jobs. "Lawlessness is the nature of RJD. They never sought forgiveness for what they did to the people of Bihar. This implies that they still have the same intentions."
Bihar elections: As per Opinion poll, BJP is seen fetching more seats than its alliance partner. BJP is projected to win 73-81 seats while JD(U) is projected to win 59-67 seats.
RJD released its manifesto for the Bihar Assembly Election 2020. The manifesto, which was released by party's chief ministerial candidate Tejashwi Yadav along with other leaders, promised farm loan waiver and 10 lakh jobs.
Bihar elections: BJP's poll manifesto comes a day before Prime Minister Narendra Modi hits the campaign trail. Promise of free Coronavirus vaccine triggered big political spat with Opposition targeting the saffron party for exploiting Covid-19 for political benefits.
Speaking at a public rally in Bihar, BJP President JP Nadda said that Lalu Yadav reminds of 'Lalten Yug' while Prime Minister Narendra Modi signifies advent of 'LED Yug'.