Nitish Kumar on PK: Don't take that man's name, Nitish Kumar is so angry about Prashant Kishor

Publish Date: 21 Oct, 2022 |

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has given a big statement against Prashant Kishor, the election strategist and once the Vice President of Janata Dal United (JDU). On the statement of PK (Prashant Kishor) that he is in touch with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Nitish Kumar has said that he keeps on speaking anything for the sake of publicity. They don't care about such things.

Nitish Kumar’s statement

When Prashant Kishor was questioned, Nitish Kumar said that why do we take that man's name. Please don't take that man's name in front of me. Nitish further said that he speaks for his publicity. We once had a lot of respect for him. He said that the people whom we have respected, have done so much misbehavior. 

He also gave a statement about Singhal. CM Nitish Kumar has defended the DGP on the matter of Natwarlal Abhishek Aggarwal calling DGP Singhal by becoming the Chief Justice of Patna High Court. Giving a clean chit to the DGP, Chief Minister Nitish said that the poor DGP is about to retire. They realized the mistake, so the matter should not be taken care of. Talking to the media in Patna, CM Nitish said that when the DGP realized that some wrong person was calling, then an investigation was conducted. Everything is being done now.

What was Prashant Kishor’s statement?

Prashant Kishor said- 'Nitish Kumar has kept a line of dialogue open with BJP through JDU MP and Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha Harivansh Narayan Singh. An attempt was also made to know the reaction of Harivansh Narayan on Prashant Kishor's statement, but no response has been received from his side. However, his party rejected this claim and said that Nitish Kumar will never join hands with the BJP again.


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