The poster says, " Haan Bhaiya Bihar mein Bahar hai, Mr Kumar phir ek baar hai" (Happiness returns to Bihar, once again Nitish Kumar).
Latest trends from the vote count are showing, after trailing to the BJP-led combine in the first hour, Nitish Kumar's (JD-U) and its allies Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and the Congress surged ahead and are heading for a clear majority in the Bihar. While NDA is not even going to touch a three-figure mark in the state assembly elections.
Political leaders ranging from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to chief ministers of various states and other leaders extended their congratulatory messages to Nitish Kumar on his landslide victory in the state.
Leaders and political analysts termed it as victory of "principles over moneybags" and "defeat of intolerance".
Stunned by the defeat, BJP leaders said the party will take corrective measures, while its long-time ally Shiv Sena appeared taking a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying that the Bihar election results ""denotes decline of leader".
Political analysts said that the reasons for the victory of Grand Alliance of JD-U, RJD and Congress mainly included Nitish Kumar's popularity, while some of them also said voters are showing a tendency to prefer different parties at Centre and in States.