Mr Prasad, who was the sole candidate in the fray, was declared elected by the party's national election officer Jagadanand Singh after lapse of the time limit set for withdrawal of nomination papers, a RJD statement from Assistant Election Officer Chitranjan Gagan said in Patna.
However, a formal announcement to this effect will be made by Mr Singh on November 20, the day when the party's newly constituted national executive is scheduled to meet, the statement said.
Mr Prasad will also be given a certificate of his election to the top party post on that date, it added.
Mr Prasad, who had floated RJD way back in 1997 after splitting the Janata Dal, has been re-elected as the national president of his party for the 10th consecutive term.
Opposition parties like the JD(U) and the BJP have, however, taken potshots at the RJD supremo for being re-elected to the post without any other candidate throwing in a challenge.
Mr Prasad's arch rival and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today termed the RJD as a "private political party" and a "family political asset".
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