- On Nitish’s statement, Prashant Kishore said- I will go to Bihar to answer him.
- Prashant Kishore is constantly making statements against CAA and NRC
- Pawan Verma wrote a letter to Nitish Kumar against the BJP-JDU alliance in Delhi
Patna. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Tuesday that he had included Prashant Kishor in the party at the behest of Amit Shah. Now if they want to go, they can go. The BJP and JDU coalition is in power in Bihar, but Prashant Kishore is consistently making statements against the Citizenship Act (CAA) and the Citizenship Register (NRC). At the same time, Pawan is opposing an alliance with BJP in Vermadilli. Prashant Kishore has reached Bihar to speak on Nitish’s statement.
Prashant tweeted- You (Nitish) are lying so much on why and how I brought me to the party. This is your very poor attempt to paint me in your color. If you are telling the truth then who will believe that you still have enough courage to not listen to the man sent by Amit Shah?
‘Ask PK whether you will stay in the party’
Nitish said – We had brought someone to a small party. At the behest of Amit Shah, I included Prashant Kishor in the party. Amit Shah told me to include Prashant in the party. Now if he wants to go, he can go. But, if he has to stay with JDU, then he has to follow the policy and principles of the party. I have come to know that PK (Prashant Kishore) is strategizing for Aam Aadmi Party. In such a situation, now they should ask them whether they want to stay in JDU or not. Taking a dig at his statements, Nitish said, “Our party is not a party of big people where any issue has been tweeted and emailed. Everyone is free to express his opinion. One (Pawan Verma) writes a letter, and the other (Prashant Kishore) tweets. They will stay as long as they wish to be in the party. We respect everyone. “
Prashant Kishore said – I will reach Bihar and answer
On Nitish Kumar’s statement, JDU Vice President Prashant Kishore said – Nitish ji has spoken, now wait for my reply. I will go to Bihar to answer them. Prashant Kishore is currently in Delhi and has not revealed the date of his departure to Bihar.
Prashant and Pawan are causing trouble for JDU
Recent statements by Prashant Kishore and Pawan Vermake have led the JDU to a dilemma in the NDA many times. Both leaders are constantly raising questions about CAA and NRC. On December 14, Prashant Kishore met Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Even after this, their notes did not change. However, he remained silent for some time about the CAA, but continued to raise his voice against the NRC.
Pawan expressed displeasure over the alliance in Delhi elections
Pawan Verma wrote a letter to Nitish Kumar expressing displeasure over the alliance between BJP and JDU in the Delhi Assembly elections. When Nitish was questioned in this regard, he said that his letter had no meaning. Send a mail and make a statement in the media. What does Pawan Varma want to prove by tweeting and making statements in the media? His letter is of no importance.