Galaxy of stars which favoured in the past have turned against PK

Kishore ,however, denied the allegation and declared that he would send a legal notice to Modi for making a false accusation. He claimed that the job was offered to a company which had studied the situation in 40 villages in the state for the vision document. Whatever payment was made it was done after verification by district magistrates. Also that he had no link with the company

Arnima Dwivedi

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Published on 31 Aug 2016 11:01 AM GMT

Galaxy of stars which favoured in the past have turned against PK
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New Delhi: Prashant Kishor is facing a turbulent time. Just a day after his wings were clipped by the Congress, the Bihar unit of the Bhartiya Janata Party has charged him with non-fulfilment of a promise made to the Bihar government.

The unit head and former Bihar deputy minister, Sushil Modi alleged that Kishor had promised to prepare a vision document for which he had received a payment of Rs 9.31 crores. But he had done pretty little for the project.

The party has also demanded his removal from the post of advisor to the Bihar government. The appointment was made following success of the Janata Dal (U)- Rashtriya Janata Dal combine at the husting.

He was offered the project before he shifted the base to Uttar Pradesh from Bihar.

Also Read: Congress trims wings of UP Election strategist Prashant Kishor

Kishor, however, denied the allegation and declared that he would send a legal notice to Modi for making a false accusation. He claimed that the job was offered to a company which had studied the situation in 40 villages in the state for the vision document. Whatever payment was made it was done after verification by district magistrates. Also that he had no link with the company.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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