While Bihar leader minister Nitish Kumar and ballot stragetist-grew to become-activist Prashant Kishor have these days been worried in conflict of phrases, the duo’s unannounced meeting in Patna sparked buzz of a likely reunion.
Election strategist-grew to become-activist Prashant Kishor on Thursday published a cryptic tweet amid speculations of his feasible reunion with Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar after the 2 met in Patna overdue Tuesday night time. While Nitish Kumar insisted that the meeting became “ordinary and no longer of any political significance”, Prashant Kishor published two strains from the Hindi epic Rashmirathi written by Ramdhari Singh ‘Dinkar’.
“Teri sahayta se jai toh primary anayaas paa jaunga, aanewali maanavta ko, lekin, kya mukh dikhlaunga? (With your help, I gets the victory spontaneously, To humanity to return, however, what face will I display?)” Kishor tweeted.
His tweet may be seen as a denial of the reunion speculations.
— Prashant Kishor (@PrashantKishor) September 15, 2022
Kishor, who played a key role the in brokering an alliance between Lalu Prasad Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) for the 2015 assembly polls, turned into inducted into JD(U) in 2018 and became extended to the submit of country wide vice president inside weeks. However, Kishor’s competition to the debatable Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 and proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC) brought about his sacking.
He then resumed his paintings as a ballot strategist and helped Mamata Banerjee authorities to hold strength in West Bengal, defeating BJP in fiercely fought 2021 meeting elections. After the outcomes had been announced, Kishor declared that he’ll no longer paintings as an election strategist. A 12 months later, he released a mass outreach programme in Bihar called ‘Jan Suraaj’, which is in all likelihood to culminate right into a political celebration.
Kishor and the Bihar chief minister had been involved in warfare of phrases because the latter’s return to the Mahagathbandhan. But Kishor’s unannounced meeting with Nitish Kumar sparked buzz of a probable reunion. When asked about the significance of the meeting, Kumar advised newshounds, “It became a everyday assembly. There was no longer tons to it. He became added alongside by way of Pavan Varma who had met me a couple of days in advance too.”
He also denied harbouring any bitterness in the direction of the strategist whom he had berated in Delhi earlier this month.