Prashant Kishor drops hint on future; may launch a political front


He, through the tweet, hinted to choose Bihar to end his sabbatical. Earlier, Koshor had launched an initiative called ‘Baat Bihar Ki’ to gauge the mood of the state.

Prashant Kishor (File Photo)
Prashant Kishor (File Photo)

New Delhi: Election strategist Prashant Kishor’s tweet sparked debate that he may form a political front from his native state Bihar. Kishor, at present, is in Patna and is reportedly meeting with likeminded political parties and leaders. 

He tweeted, “My quest to be a meaningful participant in democracy & help shape pro-people policy led to a 10yr rollercoaster ride! As I turn the page, time to go to the Real Masters, THE PEOPLE,to better understand the issues & the path to “जन सुराज”-Peoples Good Governance शुरुआत #बिहार से.”

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He, through the tweet, hinted to choose Bihar to end his sabbatical. Earlier, Koshor had launched an initiative called ‘Baat Bihar Ki’ to gauge the mood of the state.

Kishor’s tweet ‘Time to Go to Real Masters’ came days after his rejection to join Congress party. After hectic rounds of discussions over joining the party, Kishor had announced to dump the idea. “I declined the generous offer of #congress to join the party as part of the EAG & take responsibility for the elections. In my humble opinion, more than me the party needs leadership and collective will to fix the deep rooted structural problems through transformational reforms,” the political strategist had tweeted to inform about his decision of not joining the party.

As far as his association in Bihar is concerned, he had worked with Nitish Kumar during 2015 assembly elections and was later inducted in JDU). After his performance he was elevated to the post of national vice president within a few months, triggering speculations that in him the reclusive chief minister might have found his political successor. He ended his relationship with the JDU when the party voted in favour of citizenship amendment bill in Parliament. Kishor later joined hands with the Trinamool Congress as a poll strategist and was touted instrumental in the party’s monumental win in the 2021 West Bengal assembly polls.

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