Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar, took a direct shot at his erstwhile colleague Prashant Kishor on Wednesday after his visit to Delhi this week shifted attention back to the opposition. Nitish Kumar has met with a number of leaders this week in an effort to bring the opposition together, including Rahul Gandhi of the Congress and Arvind Kejriwal, the chief executive of Delhi.
In an effort to form a united front ahead of the 2024 presidential elections, the 71-year-old JD(U) leader has severed ties with the BJP. Kumar firmly stated to reporters, “We want to be the main front, not the third front,” adding that he would see Congress leader Sonia Gandhi after she returned from her medical checkup abroad.
In the midst of all the updates and pictures of meetings that were being shared on social media, Nitish Kumar also disparaged poll analyst Prashant Kishor. His business is collaborating with other political parties. Whatever he needs to do in Bihar is unimportant to us. Does he understand the “ABC” of everything that has happened since 2005?
“Whatever pronouncements he has made, it’s possible that he intends to remain with the BJP. The Bihar chief minister suggested that Kishor, who is a “publicity expert,” could want to assist them.
In 2020, Kishor was fired from the JD(U). He declared a few months ago that Bihar will be his main area of attention. The poll strategist, however, has been outspoken in his criticism of the Congress and even the Nitish Kumar administration in Bihar. He is credited with some of the largest poll successes the nation has seen in recent years.
Since 2005, we have been performing our duties. In response to his detractors, Kumar stated on Wednesday that some people simply have the habit of babbling and accomplishing nothing at all. He made his maiden trip to the nation’s capital after forming an alliance with Lalu Prasad Yadav’s RJD last month.