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Age Showing Its Effect On Nitish ji: Prashant Kishor

Mumbai: Hitting back at Nitish Kumar, political strategist Prashant Kishor said on Sunday that the Bihar chief minister has become “preposterous” and “politically disconnected” and accordingly talks about things other than whatever he really implies.

He additionally said that Kumar’s age is influencing him and it reflects in his “anxiety”.

Kishor was reacting to the chief minister’s comment that the political strategist, who has recently launched a state-wide ‘padayatra’ to bring ‘Jan Suraj’ in Bihar, was “working for the BJP” after he guaranteed that Kumar had requested that he join his Janata Dal (Joined together) party.

“He (Kumar) said I’m chipping away at BJP’s plan and requested that he converge with Congress. How could it be even conceivable? Assuming I were supporting BJP, how could I request that he reinforce Congress? Assuming the subsequent case is right, the first misunderstands,” Kishor told ANI.

“He (Kumar) has been impacted by his age and has turned preposterous. He has been politically separated as he is encircled by individuals who he, at the end of the day, doesn’t confide in. Also, it is a direct result of this anxiety he talks other than whatever he implies,” he added.

Of late, both Kishor and Kumar have shared charges against one another. On Saturday, the Bihar boss priest said Kishor, who hosts assisted political gatherings with winning decisions and impacting individuals, is presently making unjustifiable cases. He added that a couple of years prior Kishor had encouraged him to blend his JD (U) with the Congress. On October 5, Kishor had said Kumar had welcomed him to his home and offered him to join his party and lead it.

Yet, Kishor has dropped an adequate number of clues that he plans to send off his own ideological group after the finish of his yatra. He possesses frequently said it was energy for him “to go straightforwardly to individuals.”

Kishor sent off his ‘padayatra’ on October 2 from Bhitiharwa Gandhi Ashram. The hosts went after all political get-togethers that have governed Bihar, saying the state has not changed beginning around 1990. He expressed individuals here will undoubtedly move to different states looking for a business.

Kishor has momentarily filled in as the public leader of the JD (U) yet was subsequently ousted from the party.

In August, Nitish Kumar headed out in different directions from the NDA and rejoined the RJD.

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