Bihar Chief Minister and JD-U chief Nitish Kumar on Tuesday just said “public is supreme”, when asked to comment on the Delhi assembly poll results.
Nitish Kumar was speaking to reporters after inaugurating a statue of Jan Sangh leader Deen Dayal Upadhyay at Rajendra Nagar here.
The JD-U contested the Delhi assembly polls in alliance with the BJP and had fielded two candidates. Its candidates are way behind the rival Aam Aadmi Party at both the seats, as per initial trends.
Nitish Kumar has last month had sacked party Vice President and political strategist Prashant Kishor, who joined hands with Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP for the Delhi poll campaign.
Kishor thanked Delhi voters for “standing up to protect the soul of India”.
Counting of votes is still underway in Delhi where the AAP is heading for a big win with leads in 58 seats, according to the Election Commission’s website.