Prashant Kishor says, Congress leadership is not a divine right of any person – Congress Vs. P.K.

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Thursday, 02 December 2021 02:29 PM IST

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Prashant Kishor vs Congress: Prashant Kishor had earlier targeted former Congress president Rahul Gandhi. He had said that the BJP had not gone anywhere for decades, and the problem with Rahul Gandhi was that he did not understand it.

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In the politics of the country, questions are constantly being raised about the leadership of the opposition. While the TMC is claiming in this political battle, the Congress is claiming to be the biggest party. Now the reaction of election strategist Prashant Kishor has also come to the fore. Directly attacking the Congress leadership, Prashant Kishor said that in the last 10 years, the Congress has lost 90 per cent of its elections. In such a scenario, the leadership of the Opposition cannot be the divine prerogative of the Congress.

Prashant Kishor tweeted, “The ideas and details that Congress is putting forward for a strong opposition are important, but it is not the divine right of the Congress to lead the opposition when the party has lost 90% of the elections in the last 10 years.” Let the opposition leadership decide democratically.

Prashant Kishor’s statement revives TMC
In fact, after her landslide victory in the Bengal elections, Mamata Banerjee has been working tirelessly to expand her party to the national level. For this, Mamata Banerjee has started sabotaging the leaders of BJP, Congress and other parties. Sharad Pawar as well as many big leaders of the regional parties are taking those meetings. In such a scenario, Prashant Kishor’s statement could be a lifeline for the Trinamool Congress.

Earlier, PK had also attacked Rahul Gandhi
It is noteworthy that Prashant Kishor had attacked former Congress president Rahul Gandhi a few days back. He had said that the BJP had not gone anywhere for decades, and the problem with Rahul Gandhi was that he did not understand it.

During her visit to Mumbai, Mamata also raised questions about the Congress leadership.
During her visit to Mumbai, Mamata Banerjee attacked the Congress and asked what to do if no party could fight. We want all parties to fight with all their might. “Now there is no UPA (United Progressive Alliance) and therefore the question of who will be the leader of the UPA does not arise,” she said.

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In the politics of the country, questions are constantly being raised about the leadership of the opposition. While the TMC is claiming in this political battle, the Congress is claiming to be the biggest party. Now the reaction of election strategist Prashant Kishor has also come to the fore. Directly attacking the Congress leadership, Prashant Kishor said that in the last 10 years, the Congress has lost 90 per cent of its elections. In such a scenario, the leadership of the Opposition cannot be the divine prerogative of the Congress.

Prashant Kishor tweeted, “The ideas and details that Congress is putting forward for a strong opposition are important, but it is not the divine right of the Congress to lead the opposition when the party has lost 90% of the elections in the last 10 years.” Let the opposition leadership decide democratically.



Prashant Kishor’s statement revives TMC

In fact, after her landslide victory in the Bengal elections, Mamata Banerjee has been working tirelessly to expand her party to the national level. For this, Mamata Banerjee has started sabotaging the leaders of BJP, Congress and other parties. Sharad Pawar as well as many big leaders of the regional parties are taking those meetings. In such a scenario, Prashant Kishor’s statement could be a lifeline for the Trinamool Congress.

Earlier, PK had also attacked Rahul Gandhi

It is noteworthy that Prashant Kishor had attacked former Congress president Rahul Gandhi a few days back. He had said that the BJP had not gone anywhere for decades, and the problem with Rahul Gandhi was that he did not understand it.

During her visit to Mumbai, Mamata also raised questions about the Congress leadership.

During her visit to Mumbai, Mamata Banerjee attacked the Congress and asked what to do if no party could fight. We want all parties to fight with all their might. “There is no UPA (United Progressive Alliance) now and there is no question of who will be the leader of the UPA,” she said.

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