Election strategist Prashant Kumar may have joined the country’s oldest political party, the Congress. Rahul Gandhi has sought the views of senior party leaders on the inclusion of Prashant Kishore in the party.
New Delhi: Speculation is rife about electoral strategist Prashant Kishore joining the Congress. However, the question is whether the Congress wants to include Prashant Kishore in its party and whether Prashant Kishore can join the oldest political party in the country? Discussions in the political arena have intensified. However, nothing has been said so far from the Congress or Prashant Kishore has not made any official statement on the matter.
Rahul Gandhi sought the views of senior party leaders
According to the Hindustan Times, former party president Rahul Gandhi has sought the views of senior leaders on the inclusion of Prashant Kishore in the Congress. According to the report, three people involved in the case said on condition of anonymity that a meeting was held on July 22 under the chairmanship of Rahul Gandhi to discuss the issue. Apart from Rahul Gandhi, more than half a dozen leaders including AK Antony, Mallikarjun Kharag, Casey Venugopal, Kamal Nath and Ambika Soni also attended the meeting.
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According to the report, Rahul Gandhi may take a final decision on the issue in the next few days. If both parties agree, Prashant Kishore can be included in the Congress with a big position in the party. People on the subject said that in the meeting with Rahul Gandhi, when senior party leaders were asked what they thought about including Prashant Kishore in the Congress, most people agreed and said it was not a bad idea.
Prashant Kishore met Rahul, Priyanka, Sonia Gandhi
Let us know that Prashant Kumar met Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi in Delhi on July 13. After that, various speculations were made and it was revealed that he was preparing a big plan for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.