Since last few days the exit polls are doing rounds in the TV channels and social media sites claiming that the Modi government won’t come to power in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. But India’s most trusted election strategist Prashant Kishor says that the grand alliance will fail to form the government in Delhi.
Prashant Kishor who recently joined JD (U) said “It might be a BJP-led NDA but it will be NDA in the true sense. A 50-60 seat change in number of the BJP would have disproportionate impact on the way the Cabinet is and it will have an impact on the way political narrative is in the country. The character and composition of the government will be vastly different from what it is today. At present, the NDA government is a BJP government”.
Explaining why the grand alliance will fail, he said that complete chaos is prevailing at the level of the grassroots cadre. He added “Whoever wins, will have a decisive mandate but the fight will be tight. The result might look landslide but the fight will be challenging”.
Prashant Kishor has founded an organisation named Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) and in the survey conducted by it revealed that 48% of over 57 lakh people from 712 districts reached out to in 55 days see Narendra Modi as the leader to take forward the ‘agenda of the nation’.
This prediction of Prashant Kishor seems to be true because there are still couple of months to go for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections but cracks within the grand alliance is already visible. In Maharashtra, the Samajwadi Party and grand son of Dr Ambedkar (Prakash Ambedkar) has refused to dance to the tune of the Congress party for the upcoming 2019 elections.
Samajwadi Party Maharashtra chief Abu Azmi had slammed the Congress party saying “we met Congress leaders in the past but they did not give respect to us”.