As campaigning for Bihar Assembly election ends today, chief minister and JD(U) Chief Nitish Kumar on Thursday said the state Assembly polls would be his last elections. At an election rally in Punria, the three-time chief minister said: “This is my last election.”

Nitish Kumar on Wednesday publicly told off Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh chief minister, for his comments on "throwing out infiltrators".

"Who does all this malicious campaigning? Who says all this faltu baat (nonsense)? Who will throw out people? No one dares do that. Everyone belongs to this country, everyone is Indian," the Bihar chief minister said at a public meeting.

While addressing a rally in Bihar's Simri Bakhtiyar, Saharsa, UP CM Yogi Adityanath said, as quoted by news agency ANI, "During Congress rule, a new scam would come to light everyday. India was under terror attacks. China and Pakistan would show us eyes back then. Aur aaj, Pakistan ki sitti-pitti gum ho chuki hai (Today, Pakistan is scared)".

On the other hand, earlier today, mocking Kumar, Lok Janshakti Party leader Chirag Paswan said that current Chief Minister will bow before RJD leader and Mahagathbandhan’s chief ministerial candidate Tejashwi Yadav after the results of the assembly elections are declared on November 10. “The same Prime Minister whom you (Nitish Kumar) were never tired of arguing with or criticising… today you are happy to share a stage with him and bow before him as he asks for votes for you? This shows your greed for power and the greed for the chief minister’s post. After November 10, you will be bowing before Tejashwi Yadav,” he said.

Meanwhile, he also said that whenever the Congress party or the Mahagathbandhan parties raise the issue of EVM tampering, it means that they have accepted defeat. His remarks came a day after Rahul Gandhi called Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) “Modi Voting Machines” (MVMs) but said the people of Bihar are angry this time and they have decided to oust the BJP-JD(U) government from power in Bihar.

Talking to reporters, Paswan said, "I will not comment on their statements but whenever the Congress party or Mahagathbandhan party members raise issues on EVM, it means that they have accepted defeat, because they don't raise these issues in states where their party is in power."

Meanwhile, the voting percentage in the second phase of polling on 94 seats in the Bihar assembly elections increased to 55.70 from 54.64 after updation of the figures by the Election Commission on Wednesday.