JDU's 2 leaders sacked, PK's reply after 5 minutes

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Raj Express. Today, Vice President Prashant Kishore (PK) and General Secretary Pawan Verma have been sacked from the occasion, taking main motion in opposition to two insurgent leaders of Janata Dal United (JDU) who opened a entrance in opposition to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. has gone.

Why did you dismiss?

Actually, these two insurgent leaders of JDU have been dismissed for his or her involvement in anti-party actions. While one chief Prashant Kishore is opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act, one other chief Pawan Verma has reservations in regards to the BJP-JDU alliance in Delhi. <! –

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Tweeted 5 minutes after dismissal:

Let us inform you that even today, Prashant Kishore isn’t silent even after 5 minutes of his dismissal from the occasion, he additionally expressed his response by tweeting on this, wrote- Thank you Nitish Kumar. I want you all the perfect for being within the Chief Minister's chair. God bless you.''

Dismissed from occasion 20 hours after calling Nitish a liar:

On the assertion given by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, it was determined to expel him from the occasion solely 20 hours after PK retaliated.

However, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had mentioned on Tuesday that, Prashant was dropped at the occasion on the behest of Amit Shah, who can go if he needs to go away. But, if they’ve to stick with JDU, then they should observe the coverage and ideas of the occasion. I’ve come to know that Prashant Kishore is strategizing for the Aam Aadmi Party. In such a scenario, now they need to ask them whether or not they need to keep in JDU or not.

On this identical assertion, Prashant Kishore instantly retorted and mentioned, 'You (Nitish) are mendacity a lot on why and the way I introduced me to the occasion. This is your very poor try to color me in your coloration. If you might be telling the reality then who will consider that you just nonetheless have sufficient braveness to not take heed to the person despatched by Amit Shah?

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