New Delhi: The BJP is going to win elections for ‘several decades’ and Rahul Gandhi’s problem is that he does not know it, said election strategist Prashant Kishor in Goa on Wednesday. The bomb of his latest truth gave further proof that his talks with the Congress and Gandhi were completely over.
The teen and the truth bomb came out in a Q and A clip recently shared on social media.
Prashant Kishor said that whether the BJP wins or loses in the first 40 years after independence, the Congress will remain at the center of Indian politics for many years to come.
“The BJP is going to be the center of Indian politics ले whether it wins or loses, like the first 40 years for the Congress. BJP is not going anywhere. Once you get 30 per cent more votes at the Indian level, you don’t go in a hurry. So people will get angry and they (Prime Minister Narendra) will throw Modi, never fall into this trap. Maybe they will throw Modi but BJP is not going anywhere. They are going to be here, they are going to fight for the next several decades. It’s not in a hurry, “Mr. Kishor told his audience.
“That’s where Rahul Gandhi’s problem lies. He thinks it’s just a matter of time before people throw him away. That doesn’t happen, “he said.
He further said: “Unless you (PM Modi) test your strength, understand and recognize it, you will not be able to counter it.”
BJP’s Ajay Sehrawat is also among those who tweeted this clip. “Finally, Prashant Kishor admits that the BJP will have the power to count in Indian politics for decades to come. This is what Amit Shahaji had announced long ago, ”he wrote.
– Ajay Sehrawat (amIamAjaySehrawat) October 28, 2021
The much-talked-about strategist, who includes the unparalleled victories of Mamata Banerjee and MK Stalin, has recently been included in his impressive CV. But there are growing indications that his discussions with Gandhi are inadequate.
Earlier this month, he drew attention to the “deep-rooted” problems in Congress and tried to “caution” anyone who believed in the movements of Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to visit the families of slain farmers in Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh – and with the police on a large scale. The match was a “quick, spontaneous revival” of the Congress-led opposition.
“Unfortunately, there are no immediate solutions to the deep-rooted problems and structural weaknesses of the Congress,” he said.
Following Mamata Banerjee’s landslide victory in the April-May Bengal elections, news came in July that Mr Kishor was in talks with Gandhi for a role in the Congress.
But soon, news broke that those negotiations had failed because Mr Kishor wanted a free hand to reshuffle the party. Instead, he sought to disassociate himself from next year’s five state elections, preferring to go all out in preparation for the 2024 national elections.
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