The Political strategist also questioned BJP-JD(U)'s alliance and stated, "Alliance with BJP is not required to win polls.
Kishor played a key role the in brokering an alliance between Lalu Prasad Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and JD(U) for the assembly polls and defeating the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Bihar in 2015 when the Modi wave was at its peak.
The leads so far indicate AAP is set to form government with a lead in 57 seats over the BJP's 13. Congress has maintained status quo with its numbers in the last assembly polls: zero.
Nitish Kumar breaking his silence on Prashant Kishor and the latter replying with derogatory tweet triggered the ouster of political strategist and Pavan Varma.
The expulsion of Kishor and Varma comes after both the leaders repeatedly questioned Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led party's stand on the newly enacted citizenship law -- CAA.
JD(U) leaders Prashant Kishor and Pavan Varma have been expelled from the party for indulging in 'anti-party activities'.
When asked about the letter by media, Kumar had said: "That is not a letter. If a person is in the party, he writes a letter explaining the issue and then a reply is given to that person.
The JDU vice-President has been critical of the ruling BJP over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and had even opposed his own party's move of supporting the bill in Parliament last year.
This is for the first time that the JD(U) headed by Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is having a tie-up with the BJP outside Bihar.
The Delhi Assembly has 70 seats and Delhi has a total of 1.43 crore voters, according to the Election Commission's record for the election Lok Sabha 2019.