PATNA, Jan. 23 -- A day after a 'perplexed' JD-U leader Pawan Kumar Varma shot off an open letter to party chief and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar seeking 'ideological clarity' in the wake of its alliance with BJP in Delhi, JD-U vice-president and poll strategist Prashant Kishor trained his guns at home minister Amit Shah for his Tuesday's statement at a Lucknow rally that "nothing could stop CAA".

"Being dismissive of citizens' dissent couldn't be the sign of strength of any government. If you don't care for those protesting against CAA-NRC, why don't you go ahead and try implementing the CAA and NRC in the chronology that you so assiduously announced to the nation," Kishor tweeted.

BJP spokesman Nikhil Anand was prompt with rebuttal...