BJP has underperformed the tall claims of Amit Shah in state elections: Prashant Kishor on Frankly Speaking

 New Delhi: Prashant Kishor, political expert and political helper of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, on Wednesday said that BJP has 'failed to meet expectations the tall cases of Amit Shah in state decisions'. In a selective meeting with Navika Kumar, Group Editor - Politics, Times Group, Kishor conceded that BJP has arisen as the solitary challenger to Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal. 



"I really accept that BJP will battle to cross 'twofold digit' in forthcoming West Bengal Assembly surveys," Kishore stated, adding that it was his 'certainty' that drove him to make the forecast. In a roundabout way hammering BJP pioneers who have been making visits toward the eastern state in front of the Assembly surveys, Kishor said that 'the individuals who visit West Bengal every so often can't foresee about the seats they will make sure about'. "Some of them can't name regions of Bengal," he said. 


Kishor acknowledged that there exists an enemy of incumbency against the TMC government, and added that the individuals of West Bengal are deciding in favor of 'Didi'. "These decisions are among TMC and BJP and not about any other individual," he said. 


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