SB 10.71.2

śrī-uddhava uvāca
yad uktam ṛṣinā deva
 sācivyaṁ yakṣyatas tvayā
kāryaṁ paitṛ-ṣvasreyasya
 rakṣā ca śaraṇaiṣiṇām
śrī-uddhavaḥ uvāca — Śrī Uddhava said; yat — what; uktam — was stated; ṛṣinā — by the sage (Nārada); deva — O Lord; sācivyam — assistance; yakṣyataḥ — to him who intends to perform sacrifice (Yudhiṣṭhira); tvayā — by You; kāryam — should be rendered; paitṛ-ṣvasreyasya — to Your father’s sister’s son; rakṣā — protection; ca — also; śaraṇa — shelter; eṣiṇām — for those who desire.
Śrī Uddhava said: O Lord, as the sage advised, You should help Your cousin fulfill his plan for performing the Rājasūya sacrifice, and You should also protect the kings who are begging for Your shelter.

Devarṣi Nārada wanted Lord Kṛṣṇa to go to Indraprastha and help His cousin Yudhiṣṭhira perform the Rājasūya sacrifice. At the same time, the members of the royal assembly strongly desired that He defeat Jarāsandha and rescue the kings he was holding prisoner. The great-minded Uddhava could understand that Lord Kṛṣṇa desired to do both things, and thus he intelligently advised how both these purposes could be simultaneously accomplished.