Bihar Politics: Did Bihar CM call Prashant Kishor? Nitish’s answer – we did not call, came on our own
Nitish Kumar and Prashant Kishor
– Photo: Amar Ujala
The Prime Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, responded to Prashant Kishor’s statement. Responding to media questions on Saturday, Nitish Kumar said we didn’t call Prashant Kishor to meet him, he came himself. He said, he keeps saying what you want, we don’t want to say anything. These people have no place. I went to the BJP today, I am working accordingly.
In fact, during Jan Suraj padyatra, Prashant Kishor had said that 10-15 days ago, Nitish Kumar had called me to his residence and asked him to lead the group, but I refused him. After this statement by Prashant, there was once again an earthquake in Bihar politics.
#Appearance Asked about Prashant Kishor’s claim that Nitish Kumar recently offered him a job, Bihar CM said, “This is wrong. Whatever it has to say, we have nothing to do with it. . 4-5 years ago he asked me to merge. With Congress. He went to the BJP and works accordingly … ” pic.twitter.com/5YUzAT6kv8
– ANI (@ANI) 8 October 2022
Nitish said – He was talking about the merger with Congress
Here Nitish Kumar said that there was a time when Prashant Kishor lived with me in my house. What should we say about them now, where they want to go, we don’t care. Nitish said that once Prashant came to me and asked the party to merge with Congress, I refused. He said, “These people have no place. Today we are with BJP to find a place downtown. That is why they are opposed to all of us.
Prashant was with JDU in 2018
Prashant Kishor joined the JDU in 2018. He was working with the party leadership at the time. A few weeks later, he was appointed national vice president of the party. However, he was expelled from the party less than a year later due to fighting the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).