Patna, November 8: The Bharatiya Janata Party lead National Democratic Alliance is registering a big lead with the lead party performing better than all others in the alliance. The lead is also by a huge margin, with the former leading against Grand Alliance on almost double the number of seats. As per early trends, BJP has much to celebrate about in the Bihar Assembly elections 2015, although the Dalit leader and fromer chief minister of Bihar, who defected to BJP, Jitam Ram Manjhi is performing well, with his Hindustan Awam Morcha registering a considerable lead.  Also Read: Bihar Assembly Election Results 2015 Live Updates: BJP ahead on 15 seats, Grand Alliance 10

Celebrations have already begun in the Bihar headquarters of the BJP, as the current reading of the trends and leads, predicts NDA victory. Lalu Prasad Yadav’s younger son Tejaswi Pratap Yadav is leading from Raghopur constituency. Barghara, Bikram, Bhagalpur, Gaya Town, Katihar show leads of BJP, while Rafiganj, Phulwari, Harnaut, Hisua are showing JDU leading. NDTV suggests that going according to the current trends, JDU lead Grand Alliance will win 86-89 seats in the Assembly, while BJP lead National Democratic Alliance will form the government, with 145-149 seats. The current lead and trends are as represented in the table below.




BJP+ 78 –
JDU+RJD+Cong47 –
Others 4 –

Meanwhile, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), has registered one lead in the elections, which is quite interesting to note. The key players in these elections that are being pegged as probably the most important elections ever since the 2014 General elections. All the leaders of both the alliances have expressed confidence that they are going to win. While Lalu Prasad Yadav wished all the media channels a very good morning and said that the Grand Alliance is definitely winning, on the other hand, Nitish Kumar also told NDTV that they have had their fun with the exit polls, but today is their day.