Caste census attempts to spread animosity, divide people: PK
Deaths due to spurious liquor caused by Nitish Kumar’s stupidity and arrogance, says PK.
PATNA: In a recent statement, election strategist Prashant Kishor has criticized the RJD party and its leader, Lalu Prasad Yadav, as well as Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister, Tejashwi Yadav. According to Kishor, no other party in the country commits more crimes than the RJD. He also attacked Tejashwi Yadav’s lack of knowledge on any subject, stating that he has not read anything in his life.
Kishor’s comments come as he begins his 201st day of the Jan Suraj Padyatra from Chak Bafapur Banthu Panchayat under Bhagwanpur block of Vaishali district. During his interaction with journalists in the district, Kishor criticized Tejashwi Yadav’s inability to speak English or Bhojpuri fluently, despite being considered a leader in Bihar.
"… नीतीश कुमार और तेजस्वी यादव हमसे बढ़िया भोजपुरी बोल लेगा"— Prashant Kishor Youth Brigade (@Pk_youthbrigade) April 20, 2023
जनसुराज यात्रा के दौरान बिहार के सीएम और डिप्टी सीएम तेजस्वी यादव पर जमकर बरसे प्रशांत किशोर, सुना दी खरी-खरी, देखिये क्या कहा।#PrashantKishor #TejashwiYadav #NitishKumar | @PrashantKishor pic.twitter.com/J2pG4YtBBp
Furthermore, Kishor criticized Tejashwi Yadav’s tendency to deflect questions about employment by simply blaming the BJP. He also accused Tejashwi of making excuses for issues such as the liquor mafia and sand mafia by pointing fingers elsewhere. Kishor argues that these issues are often linked to the RJD party itself.
Regarding the caste census, Kishor believes that while any information that gives better insight into society should be gathered, the census is an attempt to spread caste animosity and divide people. He also believes that Bihar’s poverty cannot be eradicated by a census alone and criticized Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his lack of progress on issues affecting the state. Kishor cites spurious liquor as one example, stating that hundreds of people are dying due to Kumar’s stupidity and arrogance.
Meanwhile, Kishor’s comments highlight the political divisions and issues affecting Bihar, particularly as the state prepares for upcoming elections. His Jan Suraj Padyatra is aimed at raising awareness about these issues and promoting change in the state.