bihar: Prashant Kishor slams Nitish Kumar over job creation in Bihar, says let 12 months pass


Bhagalpur (Bihar) [India]Sep 08 (ANI): Taking a dig at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over his ‘ABC’ remark, poll strategist Prashant Kishor said on Thursday that Bihar’s CM is a great leader and knows all about ‘AZ », and the coming 12 months will show who understands the ‘ABC’ or ‘XYZ’.

Addressing the press conference in Bhagalpur, Bihar, Kishor attacked the head of JD(U), saying that after being CM of Bihar for about 17 years, Kumar suddenly realized that 10 lakh jobs could be provided to young people in the state.

This came after Kumar called Kishor an ‘advertising expert’ and asked if he (Prashant Kishor) knew ABC of what had been done in Bihar since 2005?

“After being a CM for 17 years, Nitish Kumar recognized that 10 lakh jobs could be given…Why did he wait so long? Why didn’t he give it sooner? Give 10 jobs lakh to young people we will not run a campaign we will support you and work for you he is a great leader he knows all about ‘AZ’ while others know nothing…let 12 months pass then we’ll ask who knows ‘ABC’ and who knows ‘XYZ’,” Kishor said.

In response to Nitish Kumar’s recent trip to Delhi to promote opposition unity, Kishor said nothing new was being done.

“What’s new in this, how can we consider that the opposition is doing something new? I don’t think it will bring a radical change regarding the 2024 elections,” he said. -he declares.

Attacking Bihar CM further, the poll strategist said meeting people in Delhi does not mean elevation of status nationally.

“Bihar’s political developments are specific to the state only. I don’t think it will affect the national politics at all. If one meets people in Delhi, it does not mean that its stature is rising nationally. Even Mamata Banerjee and KCR met many people in Delhi,” Kishor said.

On August 15, in his Independence Day speech from the Gandhi Maidan of Patna, Kumar said that the Rashtriya Janata Dal and Janata Dal (United) alliance government aims to provide at least 10 lakh government jobs and 10 additional lakh “employment opportunities” in various sectors.

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