Patna. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has made a big statement on the allegation of election strategist Prashant Kishor alias PK. CM Nitish has accused PK of working for Bharatiya Janata Party. He also said that Prashant Kishor had advised him to merge JDU with Congress. Nitish Kumar also rejected PK’s claim that he wanted him as his successor and had even made an offer for him.
Talking to the media, CM Nitish said, “Prashant Kishor is working for BJP. I was also advised to merge JDU with Congress. He wanted JD(U) to be merged with Congress. On PK’s allegation that Nitish Kumar wanted him as his successor, CM Nitish said, “Whatever Prashant Kishor keeps saying, he is helping the BJP. I did not invite Prashant Kishor.” But they came on their own. I have not made any offer to them.”
Let me tell you that recently Prashant Kishor while addressing the people during Jin Suraj Yatra claimed that Nitish Kumar had offered him to be his successor during the meeting, but I refused because I Didn’t know anyone. Be the successor. The promise made to the people of Bihar must be fulfilled.
The news was in the media 10-15 days ago, he said in a stern tone at an interaction program with locals at the Jan Suraj Padyatra camp in West Champaran’s Jamonia. Nitish ji had called his house and said that hey brother, you are our successor. Why are you doing all this? Come join us, be the leader of our party.
PK further said that he listened to CM Nitish, and told CM Nitish that many people have sent abuses to us asking why he went to meet him. PK said that he had gone to meet Nitishji to tell him that no matter how big the temptation, he would not back down from his promise to the people. Not only that, they will never back down. make a successor or vacate a chair; It doesn’t make any sense.
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First Publication: 08 October 2022, 11:45 IST