Prashant Kishor takes a dig at Nitish Kumar’s alliance change, says ‘Party with 115 MLAs has now come down to 43’

Election strategist Prashant Kishor has made an important comment on Nitish Kumar’s turnaround in Bihar. Prashant Kishor said that Nitish Kumar has done this sixth experiment in 10 years. He said that this would also affect his political position. In any alliance, Prashant Kishor responded even when Nitish Kumar was told his credibility to remain the CM. He said that it is also a matter of possibilities. It’s not that he hasn’t been harmed. The party with 115 MLAs has now come down to 43. It is not that they are not declining. It is a different matter that he somehow becomes CM in alliance.

In a conversation with ‘Aaj Tak’ channel, Prashant Kishor said about the political situation in Bihar that since 2012-13, there has been a period of political instability in the state. This is a chapter of this. This is the sixth government in the last 10 years. What was the mistake of Nitish going to NDA in 2017. On this question, PK said that only time will tell. This is the sixth government, when Nitish Kumar is becoming the CM. The sad part is that even due to these changes, the CM has remained Nitish and there has been no change in the way of working. But there was no change in the condition of the people.

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The election strategist said that it will be a matter to be seen what will be the decision on prohibition. RJD has been opposing it. Tejashwi Yadav has been promising 10 lakh jobs. Will have to see how it is done now. If it is completed then it will be a good thing and the youth will be well. On the question of impact on Nitish Kumar’s image, PK said that he is not showing any growth and people are not voting on his face. If he has come with a turnaround, then surely he will be affected in the elections as well. The strike rate that he had in 2010 is continuously coming down. Regarding the possibilities of Nitish becoming the PM, he said that Nitish Kumar is not such a person.

Prashant Kishor said that the reason for Nitish Kumar’s turnaround was because he was feeling uncomfortable. “Nitish was uncomfortable ever since he went with the BJP. He was not as comfortable as before since 2017 and he has come out to avoid it. Not much impact can be seen on his move outside Bihar. PK said that there is a difference between the Mahagathbandhan of 2015 and now. I don’t think he is working on any national strategy, whose center is Bihar.

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