Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has given a giant assertion on Tuesday about political strategist Prashant Kishor. He mentioned that Amit Shah, the then president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), had requested him to incorporate Prashant Kishore within the Janata Dal-United (JDU).
'Involved on the behest of BJP President'
In the dialog, the Chief Minister of Bihar mentioned, "Someone wrote a letter, which I replied to. Someone is tweeting, let them tweet. What do I have to do with this? One person in the party (JD-U) Can stay as long as he wants. He can leave. " He additional mentioned, "Do you understand how Prashant Kishore joined the occasion? <! –
Amit Shah requested me to incorporate him. "
Prashant Kishore raised questions
Last month, Prashant Kishore mentioned that it’s only the Chief Minister of Bihar who can inform below which circumstances the occasion supported the Citizens (Amendment) Bill in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. At the identical time, on January 23, occasion normal secretary Pawan Kumar Verma demanded a public clarification from Chief Minister Nitish Kumar concerning the alliance of the occasion with the BJP for the Delhi Assembly elections. On this, he had mentioned that if anybody has a difficulty, he can talk about it throughout the occasion however the public assertion is astonishing. While warning, he additionally mentioned that if he (Pawan Kumar Verma) desires to go to a different occasion, my finest needs are with him.
Did not attend the assembly
At the identical time, Nitish Kumar known as a gathering of leaders of the Janata Dal (United) (JDU) at his residence today (Tuesday). The assembly was attended by all occasion MPs, MLAs and different outstanding leaders. According to studies, he didn’t attend the assembly as occasion vice-president Prashant Kishore was in Delhi. Nitish Kumar mentioned that after January 30, he’ll go to Delhi for campaigning.
'Love with the vote'
Earlier on Monday, Janata Dal (United) chief Prashant Kishore, whereas taking a dig on the political leaders in Delhi, mentioned that the general public ought to 'vote with love' within the upcoming Delhi elections in order that brotherhood and solidarity shouldn’t be endangered.