Prashant Kishore breaks silence after 4 months, tells Nitish ‘re-tired leader’

New Delhi: Former JDU vice-president Prashant Kishore, breaking his silence after 4 months, congratulated Nitish Kumar on swearing in as the chief minister for the seventh time. Election strategist Prashant Kishore on Monday tweeted after Nitish Kumar was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the seventh time, and said, “He has been nominated by the BJP to this post and the state has been given a few more years.” Till a tired and politically insignificant leader should be prepared for the ineffectual rule. “Kishore remained tight-lipped during the Bihar election campaign, with speculation that he had parted ways with LJP chief Chirag Paswan to break away from NDA The verdict was also supported.

Kishore’s ‘Baat Bihar ki
A few days after he was expelled from JDU for anti-party activities, Kishore started a ‘Baat Bihar ki’ campaign, where he whipped CM Nitish Kumar to stand with ‘Godse supporters’. Cursing the Modi-Shah duo many times, Kishore said that ‘Twitter is not a luxury’ which only ‘people of Gujarat’ can use. Ironically, Kishore was the BJP’s election strategist during the 2014 Lok Sabha and spearheaded the ‘Ab Bar Bar Modi Sarkar’ campaign, which led to the ‘Modi wave’.

The Corono Virus, a Pacific teenager who frequently dominated Twitter, did not appear anywhere during the epidemic. However, Nitish Kumar hinted at Kishore’s hand behind Paswan’s move to break away from the NDA. However, the JDU lost nearly 32 seats to the LJP and Chirag Paswan himself denied it. Kishore, who has a tendency to favor ‘victory’ in election campaigns, is currently involved in DMK chief MK Stalin’s CM campaign for Tamil Nadu elections and Mamata Banerjee’s re-election bid in Bengal.

Also read in Hindi: प्रशांत किशोर ने 4 महीने बाद तोड़ी चुप्पी, नीतीश को बताया ‘थका हुआ नेता’