Prashant Kishor said humans might imagine Nitish Kumar is operating towards a mahagathbandhan against the BJP on the Centre ahead of the 2024 election, but he has now not closed JD(U)’s channels with the BJP.

Prashant Kishor said the biggest evidence that Nitish Kumar has no longer closed his channels with the BJP even after on foot out of the alliance in Bihar is Rajya Sabha deputy chairman Harivansh Narayan Singh who is a JD(U) MP. Neither he has resigned from the submit, nor the birthday party has requested him to vacate the publish and there was no movement towards him. “As a long way as I recognise, Nitish Kumar is retaining his channels with the BJP via Harivansh ji. Otherwise, how is it justified which you are actually out of an alliance but your MP remains protecting the significant put up inside the Rajya Sabha?” Prashant Kishor asked, a day after he delivered this new allegation towards Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar.

Some human beings might imagine that Nitish Kumar is working closer to a mahagathbandhan (grand alliance of the competition) against the BJP at the Centre, but it isn’t always very credible. “Nitish Kumar has been the leader minister for 17 years and out of this, he had the support of the BJP for 14 years,” Prashant Kishor stated.

This comes amid the continuing Nitish Kumar versus Prashant Kishor tussle going on for quite some time after Prashant Kishor claimed that Nitish Kumar wanted PK to rejoin JD(U). Nitish Kumar dismissed the allegation and stated Prashant Kishor when he became in JD(U) desired Nitish Kumar to merge JD(U) with the Congress. This caused a non-stop backward and forward between them with PK even claiming that Nitish Kumar has emerge as delusional due to his age.

Amid his padyatra in Bihar ‘Jan Suraj Yatra’, Prashant Kishor on Wednesday stated he won’t be surprised if Nitish Kumar is going lower back to the BJP as he is in contact along with his former best friend.

JD(U) spokesperson KC Tyagi refuted the claims and asserted that Nitish Kumar will no longer move again to the BJP. On the issue of Harivansh Narayan Singh, the JD(U) earlier clarified that he would not need to resign because the publish does now not belong to the BJP or the NDA but the submit belongs to the House.

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