Alok's reaction came a day after Kishor rebelled against Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and accused him of "lying" about his admission to the party
File photo of Prashant Kishor. (PTI)
Patna: As the gap between Nitish Kumar and Prashant Kishor widened, a leader of the JDU on Wednesday compared the political strategist to the deadly coronavirus, which killed more than 130 people in China and affected several around the world.
"This man is not trustworthy. He couldn't win Modi's trust ji and Nitish ji, He works for AAP, talks to Rahul Gandhi, sits with Mamata I have, Who will trust him We are happy that this corona virus is leaving us, it can go wherever it wants, "said party leader Ajay Alok.
Alok's reaction took place the day after Kishor's uprising against Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar. He accused him of "lying" about his admission to the party and asked whether it was equivalent to allowing surrender to the BJP.
In his first direct attack on the JD (U) National President, Kishor, who joined the party in September 2018 and was appointed National Vice President a few weeks later, hit Kumar for having been admitted to the party at the instigation of the party Interior Minister of the Union and then BJP chief Amit Shah.
Kumar had made the comment Tuesday earlier on requests from writers about Kishor's attack on Twitter against Shah and its possible impact on JD (U )’s alliance with the BJP and on his work for Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi in 2003 , where the NDA partners jointly take part in the general election on February 8th.
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