BJP will be effective in the country for many decades, what did Mamta Banerjee say on this statement of PK

Panaji: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee refused to respond to a question on her political strategist Prashant Kishor’s recent remarks. In fact, PK had said that the BJP is going to be at the center of India’s politics for the next few decades.

Asked questions on Prashant Kishor’s (PK) remarks, Banerjee told reporters on Friday, “Why don’t you ask him this question? He is a very skilled person. You can ask them questions. You are putting their question in front of me.

Banerjee is in Goa, where her party is set to contest the 2022 state assembly elections.

What is Prashant’s full statement

Prashant Kishor had said in a conversation held in an art gallery late on Wednesday that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is not going anywhere for several decades.

The statement comes at a time when the Trinamool is expanding itself outside Bengal and it is also proof that speculations about Kishor’s entry into the Congress have also ended.

He said the BJP would remain at the center of Indian politics for years, whether it won or lost, just like the Congress was in the first 40 years after independence.

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BJP is becoming the center of Indian politics
According to PK, BJP is going to become the center of Indian politics. He may win or lose, but now he is as Congress was during its first 40 years after independence.

The BJP is not going anywhere, he said. Once you get more than 30 percent of the votes at the national level, you don’t go so fast. So never be under the impression that people are getting angry and they will overthrow (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi.

When Kishor was asked in this regard, he said, he may overthrow Modi, but the BJP is not going anywhere. She will stay here. They have to fight it for the next several decades. It’s not going to go away soon.

What did you say on Rahul Gandhi?
He said that the problem with Rahul Gandhi is that he does not realize this, but he thinks that people will uproot the BJP.

His remarks came amid speculations that Kishor would join the Congress and the party is discussing the issues raised by him.

Even as no one in the party is against Kishor’s idea of ​​joining the Congress, party leaders have said that he should not be given wide powers regarding elections.

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