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Political strategist-turned-activist Prashant Kishor once again targeted Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday. He claimed that the JD(U) supremo has always found a way to remain in the seat of power. No matter what the circumstances, they are not going to give up their seats.

At a press conference in North Bihar’s Purnia district, Prashant Kishor said the makers of Fevicol should consider Nitish Kumar’s name as their brand ambassador, as the Bihar chief minister clings to his chair under all circumstances.

Earlier, Prashant Kishor had said that the political change in Bihar will have no effect on national politics. On this, Nitish Kumar had retaliated and said that by this statement of his people will understand that his mind is to stay with BJP. On this, PK said that till a month ago, those who were bowing to PM Modi at an angle of 90 degrees, if they call someone a friend of BJP, then it is a matter of laughter. You were with him. No one knows where tomorrow will go again.

PK recalled Nitish’s praise of PM after the BJP-JDU alliance in 2017, saying that he may now be seeing himself as a prime ministerial candidate, but there was a time when he gave PM Modi a chance. Considered as Superman, whom no one can beat.

He also reiterated that the next assembly election in Bihar will not be held by the so-called grand alliance of BJP versus seven parties. Politics in the state has turned 180 degrees recently. There is bound to be a lot of upheaval in this before the next elections. In fact, Nitish Kumar recently accused Prashant Kishor of trying to help the BJP and not knowing the ‘ABC’ of politics and governance.

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Political strategist-turned-activist Prashant Kishor once again targeted Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday. He claimed that the JD(U) supremo has always found a way to remain in the seat of power. No matter what the circumstances, they are not going to give up their seats.

At a press conference in North Bihar’s Purnia district, Prashant Kishor said the makers of Fevicol should consider Nitish Kumar’s name as their brand ambassador, as the Bihar chief minister clings to his chair under all circumstances.

Earlier, Prashant Kishor had said that the political change in Bihar will have no effect on national politics. On this, Nitish Kumar had retaliated and said that by this statement of his people will understand that his mind is to stay with BJP. On this, PK said that till a month ago, those who were bowing at an angle of 90 degrees to PM Modi, if they call someone a friend of BJP, then it is a matter of laughter. You were with him. No one knows where tomorrow will go again.

PK recalled Nitish’s praise of PM after the BJP-JDU alliance in 2017, saying that he may now be seeing himself as a prime ministerial candidate, but there was a time when he gave PM Modi a chance. Considered as Superman, whom no one can beat.

He also reiterated that the next assembly election in Bihar will not be held by the so-called grand alliance of BJP versus seven parties. Politics in the state has turned 180 degrees recently. There is bound to be a lot of upheaval in this before the next elections. In fact, Nitish Kumar recently accused Prashant Kishor of trying to help the BJP and not knowing the ‘ABC’ of politics and governance.

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