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Can a political party be bigger than a nation? The question stems from Prashant Kishor’s statement on “Congress”

New Delhi: Election strategist Prashant Kishor said he made a controversial statement about the Congress party. He said Congress cannot be allowed to die. He said he can only die with the nation. Prashant Kishor made the statement after a meeting with Acting Congress Speaker Sonia Gandhi and other senior party leaders. The Congress suffered a humiliating defeat in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 and then in the Assembly elections held earlier this year.

The tottering ship of Congress now rests on the hope of a concrete plan to regain lost ground. For this, the high command of the Congress places great hopes on Prashant Kishor. He is said to have presented a plan for the revival of Congress. According to the media, Prashant Kishor in his presentation paid special attention to the current position of the Congress in the political scenario of the country, its statistical strengths and weaknesses. It is planned to prepare a roadmap for the preparation of the 2024 elections in Lok Sabha. He highlighted the population of the country, the number of deputies and congressmen, the attitude of the party towards women, young people, small traders and farmers. Prashant Kishor also underlined the importance of the 13 million voters who cast their ballots for the first time in 2024.

Prashant Kishor reminded the Congress High Command that Congress has only 90 MPs in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and 800 MPs in the country. He said Congress is in power in three states, while it is involved in coalition governments in three other states. It is the main opposition party in 13 states. He told Congress that his share of the vote has been steadily declining since 1984. Therefore, a solid strategy is needed. However, the KP’s statement on the death of Congress with the nation has created controversy, with people wondering if a political party can be bigger than the nation? Because even before the birth of the Congress there was India and even if the Congress ends tomorrow, India will remain.

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