Bihar: ‘We to form govt’, says RJD even as trends show NDA at advantage

Even as the current trends give the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) an advantage, the Grand Alliance partner Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has exuded confidence that the Tejashwi Yadav led Grand Alliance will form the government in Bihar.

Stating that Bihar has voted for change, RJD tweeted all candidates and counting agents to remain in the hall until the process is completed.

After the close contest, ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) seems to be racing ahead with leads in 132 seats. The RJD-led Grand Alliance has a lead on 101 seats.

The saffron party is now ahead in 77 seats and RJD is leading on 65.

Another player Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM is ahead in three seats and its ally BSP in one.