New Delhi: Following his collapse of negotiations with the Congress, Prashant Kishor today delivered a new critique of the party’s recent “Chintan Shivir,” or brainstorming session, regarding a revival strategy following its electoral defeats.
The meeting served little purpose, according to the political strategist, other than to buy time for the Congress leadership, “at least till the impending rout” in states like Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, which vote later this year.
“I’ve been repeatedly asked to comment on the outcome of #UdaipurChintanShivir In my view, it failed to achieve anything meaningful other than prolonging the status-quo and giving some time to the #Congress leadership, at least till the impending electoral rout in Gujarat and HP!” – Prashant Kishor wrote in his post.
After a series of election failures since 2014, Congress accepted certain improvements but avoided broader issues, such as a leadership reshuffle.
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