Onions were thrown at Nitish Kumar when he was campaigning on November 3 in Bihar's Madhubani. State election ends on November 7. The Chief Minister's security personnel formed a shield around him as he continued his speech. Nitish Kumar was talking about providing jobs when onions came flying at him at a rally in Harlakhi in Madhubani, but missed him. "Khub feko, khub feko, khube feko (keep throwing)," said the furious Chief Minister. When the attacker was apparently caught by security personnel, he said: "Let him go, don't pay any attention to him.” Nitish Kumar then resumed his speech, targeting opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav and accusing his parents Lalu Yadav and Rabri Devi, both chief ministers over a 15-year period, of ruining Bihar. Nitish Kumar, 69, is facing a difficult election as he aims for a fourth straight term in Bihar amid glaring signs of anti-incumbency. The Chief Minister and a few ministers have faced anger during their rallies. A few weeks ago, Nitish Kumar lost his temper and lashed out when he was heckled at a rally. Group of people shouted slogans criticising his leadership and expressing support for rival party – Rashtriya Janata Dal. Slogans of “Murdabad, Murdabad” had filled the air. What is also troubling for the five-time Chief Minister is the apparent public response to Tejashwi Yadav's rallies. After the final round of voting on November 7, the Bihar election results will be declared on November 10.