PK once used to work to make JDU win election, today Nitish is calling him BJP person!
PK once used to work to make JDU win election, today Nitish is calling him BJP person!

New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is on a visit to Delhi, was furious on Wednesday (September 7, 2022) when he was asked a question about political strategist Prashant Kishor. Nitish Kumar got angry and asked the media who he is. I don't know where he is. His statements have never mattered, he speaks anything. Nitish even said that Prashant Kishor's actions seem to suggest that he is with the BJP or running their hidden agenda. It was Prashant Kishor who had prepared the strategy for Nitish Kumar in the 2015 Bihar assembly elections, however, now Nitish is not even recognizing him.    

Continuing his attack, the Bihar CM said that when PK came to him, he (Nitish) had made an open offer that he should leave his work and come to him, but Prashant Kishor did not give importance to his words and he went all over the country and worked for other political parties. Nitish further said, 'Whatever he wants to do in Bihar, we do not have a problem, but only lecture does not work. He always says something, but PK does not even know the ABC of what we have done for Bihar. What we have done in the state after 2005 is in front of everyone. It is noteworthy that Prashant Kishor was once very special to Nitish. He was made the vice-president of the JD(U) but was shown the door in January 2020.

Recently, when Nitish Kumar turned back and formed the government in Bihar with his old partner RJD, Prashant Kishor said that till a month ago Nitish was with the BJP, but now he is not tired of praising the opposition. How to trust Nitish Kumar. PK had even said that he did not think the Bihar pattern would work across the country.   

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