Patna: The NDA will win about 170 of the total 243 seats in the Bihar Assembly elections and form the government once again under Nitish Kumar, state BJP president
CP Thakur claimed on Saturday.
"The increase in the polling percentage reflected the people`s acknowledgment of the developmental work under the NDA during the past five years," he told reporters here.
The people, Thakur said, were for giving another term to Nitish Kumar and his deputy Sushil Kumar Modi to help Bihar emerge as the most developed state in India by 2015.
The sixth and last phase of the Bihar Assembly elections in 26 seats were held today. The counting of votes will take place on November 24.