Election strategist Prashant Kishore will start a 3,000 km 'padayatra' in Bihar, from October 2. On May 5, Kishor took to Twitter and said, "I will spend the next three-four years reaching out to people". He further clarified that since there are no elections in Bihar anytime soon, the act of Kishor is not a political agenda and no party is involved in it.
Prominent poll strategist Prashant Kishor is likely to begin a new chapter of his work from Bihar, his home town. On May 2, Kishor posted a cryptic tweet, "My quest to be a meaningful participant in democracy and help shape pro-people policy led to a roller-coaster ride! As I turn the page, time to go to the Real Masters", The tweet indicated his next project to be in Bihar.
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After rounds of talk and discussions, the Indian National Congress (INC) invited election strategist Prashant Kishor, but he has declined the offer. On April 26, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala tweeted, "Following a presentation & discussions with Sh. Prashant Kishor, Congress President has constituted an Empowered Action Group 2024 & invited him to join the party as part of the group with defined responsibility. He declined".
Speculations of poll strategist Prashant Kishore's induction into the Indian National Congress (INC) is making rounds. In regard to this, interim president Sonia Gandhi will take the final decision, on whether Prashant Kishore will join Congress for the 2024 elections or not, on April 19. Furthermore, recently, on April 18, Kishore met with Gandhi at her residence in Delhi, and it was their third meeting in the past few weeks.
Following sweeping victory of Trinamool Congress in West Bengal assembly polls, poll strategist Prashant Kishor announced his decision to quit election management on May 2. Reportedly, Kishore was eyeing for a break and thanked Bengal elections of giving him this chance. While reiterating about joining politics as his core agenda, Kishore opened up about discharging responsibilities to his colleagues. Prashant said currently he wants to spend… read-more
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