Aam Aadmi Party's state leaders complained of 'complete disconnect' and even accused the party's central leadership of not taking them into confidence before announcing its support to Kumar, whose JD(U) is contesting the Bihar polls in alliance with Lalu Prasad-led RJD and Congress.

Parveen Amanullah, who quit as minister in the Nitish Kumar government to join AAP just before the Lok Sabha polls, said Kejriwal should have supported Kumar's JD(U) based on a common minimum programme, instead of 'blindly backing' him.

"We were completely taken aback when he (Kejriwal) unilaterally offered support to Nitish. Those in Delhi do not involve people from Bihar before taking any decision.

"At least what Kejriwal could have done is to agree upon a seat-sharing agreement on the least common minimum grounds before unconditionally offering support to him. There are many who have quit their jobs and put everything at stake for the party," Amanullah, who had unsuccessfully contested from Patna Sahib Lok Sabha constituency on an AAP ticket last year, said.

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