Today, JD (U) has a big meeting at Nitish Kumar’s house in Patna. According to information, in the coming days, Prashant Kishore can get bigger responsibility in the party and the government in Bihar. Prashant Kishore had crossed the border after leaving Nitish Kumar’s big coalition. Nitish Kumar has decided to give Prashant Kishor a position of number two. Prashant will work as a bridge between the party and the government. There are also reports of contesting the election of Prashant Kishore in the coming days. Prashant Kishor is considered close to both the BJP and the Congress. So, with the news of the introduction of a political shift from JDU, he has definitely made a little bit of a surprise to everyone. Prashant Kishor has tweeted the details of the decision.
Prashant Kishor could Join JDU as a Senior leader
After the decision to join JDU, Prashant Kishore said that this offer was quite ahead but now the time has come when I took the decision. Whatever responsibility Nitish Kumar will hand over, I will operate it, whether it is in government or in the party. I will also work with the bridge between the two. Regarding seat sharing with BJP, Prashant said that seats will be decided within ten days from one week to the next. It is certain that JDU will remain in the role of big brother. It is believed that after the arrival of Prashant Kishor, there is a stir between the BJP and the Congress has started. Prashant Kishor will speak on behalf of JDU It is believed that JDU will recognize him where the good deal will be found.
Who is Prashant Kishor?
Prashant Kishor runs the organization called Indian Political Action Committee, which branding leadership, political strategy, message campaigns, and speeches. After leaving BJP in 2014, Prashant Kishore joined hands with Nitish-Lalu’s grand alliance for Bihar elections in 2015. After this, joined the YSRC in 2017. Party Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy himself had met him to the senior leaders of the party. Prashant’s strategy worked in Bihar, but YSRC could not get success in Andhra Pradesh’s By-polls election. Prashant Kishor also worked for the Samajwadi Party and Congress in Uttar Pradesh but could not succeed.