In an embarrassment for JD(U), its national vice-president Prashant Kishor on Monday came under blistering attack from a dissident leader for calling the final NRC in Assam botched up exercise.
With the death of the state's top tall leaders - Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi - new avenues for political strategists in Tamil Nadu have been opened.
An official said Kishor’s team wanted to see how the officers of the cell were working on the complaints referred by the IPAC after receiving it from the people.
Following reverses in the Lok Sabha polls, the TMC has appointed Kishor's I-PAC to shore up its popularity in the state ahead of the assembly election in 2021.
Trinamool’s election strategist team inquired about the progress of Mamata Banerjee’s Didi Ke Bolo campaign at grassroots level
The TMC has hired the services of Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC) to shore up its popularity after it took a beating in the Lok Sabha polls.
Selected youths to focus on party’s social media promotion, oversee booth-level organisations
Election strategist Prashant Kishor’s team is conducting a study to gauge the political impact of implementing National Register of Citizens (NRC) in West Bengal.
Prashant runs a political advocacy team, I-PAC and is known for charting election victories for various political parties, including the recent massive victory of YSRCP in Andhra Pradesh.
The media had been rife with speculations that Kishor, also a senior functionary of the BJP's alliance partner Janata Dal (United), would attend the rally.
After the Lok Sabha polls, in which the BJP made major inroads in West Bengal winning 18 of the 42 seats, the TMC roped in Kishor last month.
In his advisories, Kishore pointed out that political clashes trigger resentment among common people and they lose their faith on the administrations run by the ruling party.
Kishor, a JD-U leader, was roped in by the ruling TMC for working with Mamata for the 2021 Assembly election.
The Bihar CM said the BJP had so far not objected to Kishor's activities in the neighbouring state and reiterated they were not in his capacity as a JDU leader.
Amid TMC move speculations, JD(U) vice -president Prashant Kishor to attend party's national meet on Sunday
Nitish Kumar will chair the meeting at which according to reliable party sources, Prashant Kishor’s recent move towards TMC will get discussed strongly.