New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party for which Prashant Kishor strategised ahead of the Delhi Assembly Election 2020 is ready to welcome him if he wants to join the party, senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh has said. “If Prashant Kishor ji wants to join us, we have no objection. Now it is his decision whether to come or not,” Sanjay Singh said while addressing a press conference in Mumbai. Also Read - 'Gandhi And Godse Can't go Together', Says Prashant Kishor; Claims Rift With Nitish 'Ideological'

This unofficial invitation comes soon after Kishor, who was expelled from JD(U) over ideological differences, launched Bihar ki Baat campaign to bring one million people together on board over the next 100 days. Also Read - New Front or Teaming up With Oppn? Prashant Kishor to Reveal His Bihar Election Strategy Today

“We had a difference since the Lok Sabha elections. First, on ideological positioning and second, I have issues with him as to how he can support both Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi) and Godse (Nathuram) at the same time. This cannot go together. The party (JDU) should clarify its stand and choose one line,” Prashant Kishor had said earlier on his fallout with Nitish Kumar. Also Read - Prashant Kishor to Get Z-Plus Security Cover From West Bengal Government: Reports

Soon after the landslide victory in Delhi, AAP decided to contest Bihar election, slated to be held later this year, for the first time. In 2014 Lok Sabha election, AAP had fielded 39 candidates but lost all. In 2019, too, AAP couldn’t debut with success.