After escaping the stone pelting in Patna university, the poll strategist and Nitish Kumar’s Janta Dal (United)’s vice president Prashant Kishor slammed at the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).
Kishor said that they will not be able to get over with the fear of losing the Patna University Students’ Union (PUSU) election by attacking him.
Kishor took to his Twitter handle and declined the reports of him suffering any injuries in the incident.
“ABVP you need to do better than let few hooligans and antisocial elements become your face in Bihar. The possibility of losing the Patna University Students’ Union election will not get over by attacking my car,” he wrote.
He also refuted the claims on news about him getting injured.
Kishor’s car was attacked yesterday, when he was in the Patna University to meet its Vice-Chancellor Rash Bihari Prasad Singh.
It was then that a group of students surrounded his car when he was returning from the meeting.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is in alliance with the JD(U) in Bihar, recently accused Prashant Kishor of trying to influence the ensuing elections in the University, that are due for December 5.
BJP legislators are sitting on dharma in Pirbahore police station demanding immediate arrest of Prashant Kishor for influencing the election process.
A BJP delegation is scheduled to meet the Bihar Governor today to discuss this.>