The results of by-elections in Bihar Vidhan Sabha, Madhya Pradesh-Gujarat-Karnataka and other states are now available. All the picture is clear. The voters of Bihar have given a clear majority to the grand alliance of Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal (United) by giving apparent votes this time as well. This is an unequivocal vote for the national leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra ji Modi and the Chief Ministership of Shri Nitish Kumar ji. This was the first by-election after the change of power in Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, and a vital caucus was also going to be tried in Gujarat. In all these places, the voters gave the right to vote to BJP. This is the sweet fruit of the hard work of BJP President Shri Jayprakashji Nadda, Union Home Minister Shri Amitbhai Shah, Bihar in-charge and popular leadership of Maharashtra Shri Devendraji Fadnavis. Devendra ji, who had completed his spotless tenure in Maharashtra, had to be deprived of the Chief Ministership due to the unethical, worthless, and backstabbing tactics of the state. He once again proved his energy and his organisational skills in charge of Bihar. Everyone worked hard everywhere. This is a win for everyone who contributed to this election. Congratulations to all of them. Bihar is changing. There is a tradition of defeating the previous government here most of the time. Some governments returned to power, but their ways were anti-democratic and violent. This time the voters of Bihar have made a mental change. While giving a majority to the BJP-JD(U) alliance led by Nitish Kumarji, he has imposed the divisive ideology of the Congress based on caste and religion. Bihar has given voice to genuine progressiveness and democracy by doing away with superficial progressiveness. Under the leadership of Mr Tejaswi Yadav, the voters recognised the Congress plan to give Bihar again to Jungle Raj by playing their dirty politics. In the land where elders like Karpuri Thakur and Jaiprakash Narayan cultivated the ideas of equality, poisoners like Lalu Prasad grew up. Who was trying to come again in a different form, in the form of his son, and Congress had done the job of fueling him. The voters of Bihar foiled this whole plan. Every person in Bihar deserves congratulations.In all this, some enthusiasts from Bihar and outside Bihar also indulged their enthusiasm for the election. They are expected to understand even after fewer votes than ‘NOTA’ and confiscation of all the votes. Elections for graduate constituencies are on the horizon in Maharashtra. I am sure that the reflection of the changing social mind will be seen in Maharashtra too, and the voters will respond well to the violence. A clear message given by the BJP in the background of the elections in Bihar seems to be very important for Maharashtra. BJP does politics of values. Before the elections, BJP had given a clear word to Nitishkumar ji – ‘No matter how many seats anyone gets, Nitishkumar will be the Chief Minister.’ Accordingly, Nitish ji is taking oath as the Chief Minister despite less than 50 seats.If a word is given, BJP keeps it. If it is not given, there is no question of keeping it. No matter how much misinformation is spread by the opportunists who are in the grip of power, ‘Ye public hai, ye sab Janati hai’ is true.