Prashant Kishor hits out at Amit Shah, dares him to implement CAA, NRC

Prashant Kishor hits out at Amit Shah, dares him to implement CAA, NRC

JDU leader and political strategist Prashant Kishor has hit out at Home Minister Amit Shah and dared him to implement the Citizenship Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the same "chronology" that he "audaciously announced".

In a tweet on Wednesday, Prashant Kishor threw a challenge to Amit Shah and said, "Being dismissive of citizens' dissent couldn't be the sign of strength of any Govt. Amit Shah JI, if you don't care for those protesting against CAA, NRC, why don't you go ahead and try implementing the CAA & NRC in the chronology that you so audaciously announced to the nation!"

Prashant Kishor on Sunday also thanked Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra for "formal and unequivocal" rejection of the NRC and reassured the people of Bihar, ruled by his party, that CAA and NRC will not be implemented in the state.

Prashant Kishor, who is part of the ruling JDU in Bihar, is in alliance with the BJP in the state government headed by Nitish Kumar. With Prashant Kishor's open praisies of Congress and now the dare to Amit Shah, BJP has been left red-faced.

Following his praises towards Congress, BJP criticised Prashant Kishor and said "over intelligent and super knowledgeable people" are spreading their propaganda on NRC and asserted that the CAA was passed in Parliament with JD(U)'s support and "it will be implemented in all concerned states, including Bihar".

Prashant Kishor, who is part of the ruling JDU in Bihar, is in alliance with the BJP in the state government headed by Nitish Kumar. With Prashant Kishor's open praisies of Congress and now the dare to Amit Shah, BJP has been left red-faced.

Following his praises towards Congress, BJP criticised Prashant Kishor and said "over intelligent and super knowledgeable people" are spreading their propaganda on NRC and asserted that the CAA was passed in Parliament with JD(U)'s support and "it will be implemented in all concerned states, including Bihar".