Political strategies

Congress mulls Prashant Kishor’s strategies for 2024: Randeep Surjewala

Amid fiery rumors that political analyst Prashant Kishor will join Congress to prevent the big old party from sinking further, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala informed on Wednesday that party chair Sonia Gandhi had formed a small committee to deliberate on the suggestions provided by the IPAC (India -Political Action Committee) co-founder to put their house in order.

In conversation with ANI, Surjewala who is a close confidante of the Gandhi family said that two outgoing Congress CMs (Ashok Gehlot and Bhupesh Baghel) were called to Delhi to steer the committee in the right direction. , as they have the experience of winning and managing their respective states.

Congress assesses political strategies spelled out by Prashant Kishor

He further clarified that among all the suggestions provided by Kishor, some focused on exploiting the agony of the people and their concerns. Surjewala pointed out that the suggestions were aimed at winning the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and reviving the party’s standing in national politics.

It comes after Sonia Gandhi assembled a three-member committee of congressional veterans to ignore suggestions provided by policy strategists during their sporadic meetings last week. The committee is composed of AK Antony, Ambika Soni and Mallikarjun Kharge. The party high command had also called on Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Chattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel to review Kishor’s strategy in Delhi today, April 20. Next year.

Congress seeks help from Prashant Kishor to do well in 2024 polls

On April 18, Monday, another meeting was held at Sonia Gandhi’s residence, attended by Prashant Kishor and other party leaders. The meeting was reportedly called to discuss “party communication.”

Notably, PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti also reached the residence of Congress leader Sonia Gandhi when the meeting was underway on Monday. It is likely that talks could also have taken place on attempts by opposition parties to unite against the BJP ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Prior to that, on April 16, the IPAC co-founder gave a three-hour presentation to the party leadership, deliberating on strategies and plans for future speech. In the past, Prashant Kishor had worked with the Congress party for the Punjab Assembly election in 2017. While the poll strategist was in charge of the Congress election campaign for the 2022 elections, he resigned from this post on August 5, saying he wanted to take a “temporary break” from an active role in public life.