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Kishor-Sushil war of words, Nitish says 'all is well'

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Political strategist and JDU leader Prashant Kishor has not minced his words, firing at his party's alliance partner, BJP, over the the amended citizenship law and the proposed National Register of Citizens. However, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has finally reacted and assured that 'all is well' within the NDA'. Kishor, who had earlier spoken out against CAA also demanded that JDU be allotted more seats in the assembly elections as it is the bigger party in Bihar. His remarks earned a sharp reaction from senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi.


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