Breaking his silence on JD(U) Vice President Prashant Kishor's vocal stance against the BJP, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that Kishor is free to go wherever he wants. Speaking to reporters, Nitish said that he does not interfere in Kishor's work and it won't matter if he stays or leaves the party.
"I have no business, it is his will to go wherever he wants. If he is doing anything he might have some interest. He might want to go somewhere. He came in with Amit Shah's reference. As a strategist, he works for a few clients. Right now he is working for AAP. You can ask him if he wants to stay or not. If he chooses to stay than it will be within the basic foundation of the party,"