Neither Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar nor his arch-rival and RJD chief Lalu Prasad agree with the exit polls.
Nitish Kumar on Tuesday refused to say anything on the exit polls that predicted the poor performance of his Janata Dal-United in the Lok Sabha polls.
"It is a media exit poll (Yeh to aap log bol rahein hain). Let's wait till result of Lok Sabha election is out May 16," Nitish Kumar told mediapersons here when asked for his reaction to the exit polls that predict only four to five seats for the JD-U in Bihar and between 20 to 25 seats for his friend-turned-foe BJP.
Earlier, Lalu also dismissed exit polls that projected 10 to 12 seats to his party. "It is fake one" he said here.
Lalu is hopeful of winning more than 20 of the 40 Lok Sabha seats as media had predicted his party's resurgence in the polls.