How Nitish ruthlessly deals with party colleagues for not obeying his ‘diktats’

Political analysts say the BJP may not like to annoy the chief minister as that could not only risk the ruling NDA government in Bihar but also fail to get the support of the JD-U for the upcoming Presidential elections. The BJP also urgently needs the support of the JD-U to win its second Rajya Sabha seat of the total five vacancies in the state.

Nitish Kumar maintains silence on PK’s political announcement

On Monday, Prashant Kishor hinted at launching a political party from Bihar. Taking to his official Twitter handle, he tweeted: "My quest to be a meaningful participation in democracy and help shape pro people policy led to a 10 years rollercoaster ride."