Will BJP leaders quit if party fails to get 200 seats in Bengal, asks Prashant Kishor
"BJP will struggle to cross double digits and will get less than 100 seats in West Bengal. Will quit my work if they do," Kishor told , reiterating his assessment.
Prashant Kishor, BJP in Twitter war after Shah's claim of party winning over 200 seats in Bengal
Kishor, who managed Narendra Modi's sucessfu...
BJP will struggle to cross double-digit mark in Bengal assembly polls: Kishor
"For all the hype amplified by a section of supportive media, i...
Outsiders played bigger role than Bengalis in developing West Bengal: Dilip Ghosh
"Since the pre-Independence era, people who had come from other states played a crucial role in Bengal's development. Most of those who worked at mills and factories here were from other states. So those from outside played a bigger role than the Bengalis in developing the state," Ghosh said at a programme here.
Don't misunderstand party: Mamata Banerjee to disgruntled TMC leaders
"I have been in politics all my life. Through my experience I can never claim that everybody is good. There may be one or two people who are not good, but we will set right those mistakes. The TMC will rectify if some mistakes have been committed," Mamata Banerjee said in her first major public rally in the post-COVID time.
Nitish Kumar BJP-nominated CM, tired and politically 'belittled': Prashant Kishor
"Congratulations to Nitish Kumar for taking oath as BJP-nominated chief minister. With a tired and politically belittled leader as CM, #Bihar should brace for few more years of lacklustre governance," Kishor said in a tweet.
TMC launches 'Mark yourself safe from BJP' digital campaign
The BJP has made deep inroads in the TMC-ruled state and the coming assembly polls is likely to be a tough fight between the two parties as Mamata Banerjee, who is a harsh critic of the saffron party, will fight to return to power for the third consecutive time.
Prashant Kishor's report will be key in ticket distribution for WB assembly polls: TMC sources
Inputs by poll strategist Prashant Kishor and his team will be a "determining factor" in the TMC's ticket distribution for the 2021 West Bengal Assembly polls, after they played a pivotal role in effecting a major party rejig last week.
Time to fight coronavirus not elections: Prashant Kishor to Nitish Kumar
Kishor, once a confidant of the JD(U) president before he turned a critic and was expelled from the party, joins leaders like LJP chief Chirag Paswan and RJD's Tejashwi Yadav in suggesting that the Bihar assembly polls should be deferred due to the pandemic.
Prashant Kishor 'quite happy' to handle Punjab Cong poll campaign in 2022: Amarinder Singh, Punjab CM
On media reports stating that Kishor had approached Sidhu to take him into the AAP, Singh said Kishor had said such a thing has never happened.
Lockdown 'botched-up', India deserves better: Prashant Kishor
"For all our optimism, the bitter truth is India's covid response needs to get better than just banking on a botched-up lockdown, less than 10 covid test per million & non-existent COVID treatment & care facilities for people needing such services. India deserves better," the former JD(U) leader said.
JD(S) in talks with Prashant Kishor for State Poll strategy
Janata Dal (S) is in preliminary talks with election strategist Prashant Kishor (in picture) to prepare the party for a major win in Karnataka where Assembly elections are due in 2023, or earlier in the event of a political crisis leading to mid-term polls.
The X factor: Is it time to take Prashant Kishor seriously?
Starting with 2012 as Modi's political aide, he has taken positions in varying roles in 9 elections.
Prashant Kishor attacks Nitish Kumar for ties with BJP
Prashant Kishor, who opposes the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), says Nitish Kumar needs to spell out whether he is with the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi or those who support Godse.
JD(U) expels Prashant Kishor and Pavan Varma
Both leaders have been critical of the party president and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over his support to the CAA and the NPR. A JD (U) statement, issued by party's chief general secretary K C Tyagi, said that these two were "acting against party's decisions as well as its functioning" which amounted to breach of discipline.