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Prashant Kishor To Meet NCP Chief Sharad Pawar, Talks On 2024 Lok Sabha Elections High On Agenda


Mumbai: As the dust after the 2021 West Bengal Assembly Elections settle down, many opposing BJP gasped a breath of fresh air as TMC was able to hold the winning chariot of the saffron party.

While Mamata Banerjee is herself a charismatic leader who can challenge any big wigs, some credit is to be given to poll strategist Prashant Kishor who handheld the political campaign for Trinamool Congres in a heated assembly election season.   

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As after the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, BJP has pitted itself as the main party to be contested against challenging even the regional giants. It has become more vital for the opposition to frame a strategy in order to counter the juggernaut-like force which PM Modi led BJP is considered.

With Congress infighting out in the open both at the state and national level, heads are turning to other political leaders who can build some momentum to counteract the BJP’s force in the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections.

Fuelling such rumors, ABP Live has learned that political strategist Prashant Kishor is meeting NCP Chief Sharad Pawar today (Friday) to discuss the likely composition for the opposition in the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections. It is learned that they might also discuss the plausible face who can be showcased against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

While others are terming this meet as a courtesy call sources have confirmed ABP that this meeting is more than just a personal visit as the two political influencers will have lunch together. 

Recently, Sharad Pawar’s health has deteriorated a bit and he is not keeping well. Plenty of political leaders recently have made the courtesy call to meet the veteran leader. 

(With inputs from Mrityunjay)

 



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