A day after asserting that the BJP won’t cross twofold digits in the West Bengal get together surveys, political decision specialist Prashant Kishor on Tuesday moved its chiefs to state on record that they will stop their positions if the gathering neglected to get 200 seats.
“BJP will battle to cross twofold digits and will get under 100 seats in West Bengal. Will stop my work on the off chance that they do,” Kishor told PTI, repeating his appraisal.
He additionally explained that if the saffron party does any in a way that is better than what he has anticipated, he will stop his work.
Kishor, who oversaw Narendra Modi’s’ fruitful mission for prime ministership in 2014, has been roped in by TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee to help her gathering’s’ possibilities in the West Bengal get together surveys likely in April-May one year from now.
On Monday, he tweeted that the BJP would battle to cross twofold digits in West Bengal, setting off a battle of words with BJP pioneers on the microblogging site.
His comments came after senior BJP pioneer and Union Minister Shah’s’ visit to West Bengal. Political heavyweight Suvendu Adhikari, nine MLAs and a TMC MP joined the saffron party.
Shah, thought about the designer of the BJP’s’ resurgence in West Bengal, hosted declared that his get-together will prevail upon 200 seats in the impending surveys.
BJP public general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, the gathering’s’ pointsman in the state, ripped into Kishor, saying the nation will wind up losing a survey specialist after the West Bengal races.
“Given the continuous BJP wave in Bengal, when the new government is framed, the nation should lose a political decision tactician,” Vijayvargiya jested in Hindi on Twitter.