India, Oct. 15 -- In poll-bound Bihar, bonhomie abounds between the two siblings -- Tej Pratap Yadav and Tejashwi Prasad Yadav - of the main opposition party in the state, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), but the younger one is a cut above on all counts.

The affidavit filed by Tej Pratap and Tejashwi, who are contesting from Hasanpur and Raghopur assembly seats, respectively, showed that the latter is a notch above his older sibling as far as wealth, pending cases and even age are concerned.

Tejashwi, who is the RJD's chief ministerial candidate in the upcoming three-phase assembly polls, is contesting from the Raghopur seat in Bihar's Vaishali district.

Though he has less income than Tej Pratap, his assets outstrip his elder brother's.