Prashant Kishor has now entered the battle of ‘option’ between TMC and Congress. He has said that the leadership of the opposition cannot be a divine right of Congress.
Prashant Kishor targets Rahul Gandhi
Political strategist Prashant Kishor has now entered the battle of ‘alternative’ between Trinamool Congress and Congress. Prashant Kishor said in a direct attack on the Congress leadership. Congress has lost 90% of its elections in the last 10 years. In such a situation, the leadership of the opposition cannot be a divine right of Congress.
Prashant Kishor wrote in his tweet
The idea and space that Congress represents is crucial for a strong opposition. But the leadership of Congress is not a divine right of any individual. Especially when the party has lost more than 90% of the elections in the last 10 years. Let the opposition leadership decide democratically.”
Mamta vs Congress fight
Actually, Mamta Banerjee has started preparing for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. She is appealing to the leaders of the parties in different states to become an alternative to the BJP. Mamta said in Mumbai on Wednesday. A national alternative can be made against the BJP only when the parties are ready to fight. The choice should be strong. This cannot be done alone.
Mamta had targeted Congress
Without taking the name of Congress, Mamta said that if no one can fight then what should we do. We want all parties to fight. Mamta also said Now there is no UPA (United Progressive Alliance) and hence the question does not arise that who will be the leader of UPA? Let us tell you that now the leader of UPA is Sonia Gandhi.
Third Front Against BJP For Lok Sabha Elections
Before Prashant Kishor, Mamta Banerjee had raised questions about the leadership of the Congress. Mamta Banerjee said this while taking a dig at Congress. Now there is no UPA left. In fact, Mamta Banerjee has started preparing for the third front against the BJP for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. She is appealing to the leaders of the parties in different states to become an alternative to the BJP. Recently, in his much-awaited meeting with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar, he discussed the strategy for all opposition parties to unite against the BJP in the next elections.