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Does BJP need Prashant Kishor or Modi?

Sujit Nair

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I’ve used the term Modi’s BJP purely because I very strongly believe that BJP will be the single largest Political party post-2019 Lok Sabha elections and will be possibly able to form the government – but with a different Prime Minister and Party President. I believe and have explained my logic in several of my earlier articles that BJP will fall short of the majority and will have to depend on the NDA to fill the gap. NDA allies will not accept the Modi-Amit Shah jodi as partners. So technically speaking, BJP without Modi may not need any strategist to reclaim power and for Modi’s BJP no amount of strategy will get them back to power.  So primarily Modi needs Prashant Kishor’s services and not BJP.

 

So who is Prashant Kishor?

Prashant Kishor was a Public Health Expert by training and has worked for the United Nations. Getting into the business of Political Strategy was a career digression in 2012. Kishor came into the limelight after he got Modi reelected as the CM, for the state of Gujarat in 2012 for the second time in a row and then guided Modi’s BJP to a spectacular win in 2014 Lok Shabha elections.  Later on, Kishor got disillusioned with Modi’s working and decided to go with the Indian National Congress. Kishor could achieve nothing spectacular in UP for Congress but got Congress an impressive victory in Punjab. Later got miffed with Congress and decided to join back BJP.

 

Can Prashant Kishor recreate the Magic for Modi?

The chances are – NO. Kishor has always been successful while advising parties with powerful leaders on the helm of the battle. He was successful for Gujarat BJP with Modi on the helm, Lok Shabha 2014, again with Modi as the leader, Congress in Punjab with Captain Amarinder Singh. But failed Congress in UP elections with (then) a weak Rahul Gandhi leading the contest. Popularity of Narendra Modi in is nowhere close to what it was in 2014, so by sheer statistics, Kishor’s ideas may not prove to be the winning mantra for a desperate Modi. BJP without Modi wouldn’t need it anyway.

 

 

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Will RSS desert BJP?

Sujit Nair

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Dr. Mohan Bhagwat concluded his three-day speech yesterday. His speech reflected a brand transformation and new concept of RSS. The so-called Secularists and self-proclaimed progressive thinker and journalists like Nikhil Wagle, Ashutosh, Rajdeep Sardesai spoke against the ideologies of Dr. Mohan Bhagwat Chief of RSS. When they were for the initiative to offer an olive branch to Pakistan then why not to RSS. If they can trust Pakistan than why not RSS. MR. Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News Network shares his take on the matter in his this Editorial.

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RSS’ invitation to Rahul Gandhi: Should PM Modi be worried?

Sujit Nair

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While an official invitation is yet to be made by RSS to Rahul Gandhi for its event that ‘Bhavishya ka Bharat’ that is to happen on 17th September to 19th September, everybody has been going in rounds as to whether or not the Congress President will accept the invitation. But what is more imperative here to ponder over is what would PM Modi be thinking about this invitation by RSS to Rahul? Would he be worried over it? Mr. Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News Network, shares his take on the matter in his this Editorial.

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Did PM Modi object to Kerala aid of Rs.700 crore?

Sujit Nair

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The government of UAE tried to help Kerala by proposing to offer ₹700 crore as relief aid but it was denied by the government of India. Kerala gravely needed relief aid. But today is the NDA government still sufficient enough to not take the aid and if is why is it only mere amount as an aid to Kerala government was provided?

Scams washout thousands of crores from India but when it comes to aid for the people who have lost their lives and thousands left homeless? Mr. Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News Network shares his take on the matter in this Editorial.
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