Patna, Nov 8: As the grand alliance of the Janata Dal-United, Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress romped home in the Bihar assembly elections on Sunday, an upbeat RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav said “development” would be a priority of the new government in the state.Also Read - Former Union Minister Babul Supriyo Joins Trinamool Congress Nearly a Month After Quitting Politics

“Our priority is development and only development of Bihar,” Tejaswi Yadav told the media here.Tejaswi – cricketer turned politician son of RJD chief Lalu Prasad – is leading from Raghopur constituency over BJP candidate Satish Rai.(Also Read: Historic win belongs to the poor, Dalits of Bihar: Lalu Prasad Yadav) Also Read - Sonu Sood Once Praised by BJP, Now Considered Tax Evader: Shiv Sena on IT Raids at Actor's Properties

“We will take Bihar on the developmental path and ensure that the state becomes a model one,” the RJD leader said.He also thanked the people of Bihar for voting the Grand Alliance to power.Tejaswi, however, refused to say anything on his likely role in the next government led by Nitish Kumar.His elder brother Tej Pratap, who won from Mahua assembly seat, is widely seen as Lalu Prasad’s successor in the RJD. Also Read - PM Modi's Birthday: BJP Workers Cut 71-Feet-Long Syringe-Shaped Cake in Bhopal