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Delhi elections: Prashant Kishore out of JDU, Nitish Kumar will get Amit Shah's support
Delhi elections: Prashant Kishore out of JDU, Nitish Kumar will get Amit Shah's support

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is venturing into the electoral riot of Delhi today. He will share the stage with Union Home Minister Amit Shah for the first time after the Prashant Kishore case. Prashant Kishore (PK) has been shown the way out of JDU. Now the PK company is chalking out an election strategy for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

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Nitish Kumar said last week that PK had entered his party only on Amit Shah's advocacy. In response, Prashant Kishore made such tweets which became the reason for his removal from his party. He was expelled from the party for making objectionable statements against the party line and accused of indiscipline. To woo the voters of Purvanchal in Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has given two seats to the JDU.

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JDU is contesting in Sangam Vihar and Burari. Nitish Kumar will rally at both the places on Sunday. Amit Shah will accompany him in Burari. In Sangam Vihar, BJP President JP Nadda will campaign for Nitish Kumar. This information has been given to the media by JDU's Delhi in-charge and Water Resources Minister Sanjay Jha in Bihar. Sanjay Jha has served as the General Secretary of the party for a long time in Delhi.

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