PATNA: Prashant Kishor, a prominent political strategist, will reveal his future plans and agenda on Thursday.
After turning down the Congress' invitation to join the party, Kishor said on Monday that he will launch 'Jan Suraaj' in Bihar. He has not, however, revealed the specific plan he intends to implement in his own state. His introduction of 'Jan Suraaj' has compelled political pundits to assess his future plans. Many of them believe he is planning to form a new political party in Bihar. His 'Jan Suraaj' declaration has prompted political pundits to assess his future plans, with many speculating that he intends to form a political party in Bihar, his home state.
Kishor had already hinted at turning to the 'real political masters,' i.e. the people of Bihar, in a tweet. Nearly all of the major political parties' top leaders have chosen not to react to him and have chosen not to give him any weight.
Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, has denied any involvement with Kishor. Tejashwi Yadav, the RJD leader and Leader of the Opposition, claimed he does not follow news concerning the political mastermind.
Sushil Kumar Modi, a former Deputy Chief Minister, claimed that developing a political strategy and establishing a connection with the people are two different things. Kishor's attempts in Bihar, according to Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) President Lalu Prasad, will be a dismal show. Despite the fact that these authorities are aware of Prashant Kishor's strengths, they are currently attempting to belittle him.
Kishor's contribution to the BJP in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections is well known among BJP officials. During the 2015 Assembly elections, when the Mahagathbandhan (Opposition Grand Alliance) beat the saffron party, the Janata Dal (United) and the RJD were also exposed to his political abilities.