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Nitish Kumar 'delusional, politically isolated': Prashant Kishor's fresh dig
Bihar politics

Nitish Kumar 'delusional, politically isolated': Prashant Kishor's fresh dig

| @indiablooms | 09 Oct 2022, 01:23 pm

Patna/IBNS: Taking a dig at Nitish Kumar, political strategist Prashant Kishor Sunday said that the Bihar chief minister has become "delusional" and "politically isolated" and therefore speaks things different from what he thinks.

He also said that Kumar's age is affecting him and it reflects in his "nervousness".

Kishor said this while responding 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".

Kishor had earlier claimed that Kumar had asked him to join his Janata Dal (United) party.

"He (Kumar) said I am working on BJP's agenda and asked him to merge with Congress. How is it even possible? If I were supporting BJP, why would I ask him to strengthen Congress? If the second claim is correct, the first one gets wrong," Kishor told ANI.

"He (Kumar) has been affected by his age and has turned delusional. He has been politically isolated as he is surrounded by people who he does not trust. And it is because of this nervousness he speaks other than what he means," he added.

Of late, both Kishor and Kumar have started taking potshots at each other.

On Saturday, the Bihar Chief Minister said Kishor, who has helped political parties win elections, is now making baseless claims.

He added that a few years ago, Kishor had advised him to merge his JD (U) with Congress.

On Oct 5, Kishor had said that Kumar had invited him to his residence and offered to join his party and lead it.


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