Patna, Nov 9: After a giant battle of power between two big alliances- the Grand Alliance of JD(U), RJD and Congress verses the NDA alliance of BJP, LJP and HAM on Monday, Nov 8, the public verdict declared the JD(U) leader led- Nitish Kumar, as its 'big boss' of the Bihar state.
Shortly after its thumping victory in Bihar assembly elections 2015, the JD(U) state president Vashisht Narayan Singh told OneIndia in an exclusive interview, "People of Bihar are celebrating the victory of the Grand Alliance and I already predicted and said before, that the party will win."
"People have trust on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and have given their full mandate by looking into his past work for the development of Bihar", he said.
Singh, who is considered close to Nitish Kumar, further said, "those who work for development won the election and people gave already given their verdict and support."
"Bihar election results have given a message to the whole country, that the party which will work together and will unite for the betterment of citizens will run the country", he added.
In Dec 2014, Singh had said that "the JD-U and RJD will merge soon. It is certain and there is no doubt about it."