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Prashant Kishore challenges BJP in West Bengal; says he will quit his job

Prashant Kishore, who works as an election campaign for political parties, has claimed that in the West Bengal assembly elections, the BJP will fight to get a seat in double digits as well.

Prashant Kishore tweeted that his supporters are making a wind in the media about the BJP, while the reality is something else.

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Prashant Kishore tweeted and said, “In some circles of media, BJP is being shown in a big way in West Bengal elections. The truth is that BJP will fight to win the seat even in double digits. Please save my tweet and if BJP does better than this, then I will quit my job.

On this tweet by Prashant Kishore, BJP leader and BJP in-charge of West Bengal Kailash Vijayvargiya responded by tweeting. Vijayvargiya has said in his tweet, “BJP’s tsunami is going on in Bengal, this country will have to lose an election strategist after forming the government.”

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Prashant Kishore is watching Mamta Banerjee’s election campaign. Prashant Kishore has the full responsibility for the Trinamool Congress electoral strategy.

Prashant Kishore has also previously worked for the PM Narendra Modi in the 2014 general elections. Now they are not made by the BJP and often attack the Prime Minister’s policies.

Earlier On Saturday, Bengal tour, Amit Shah visited the birthplace of Swami Vivekananda in Kolkata and paid tribute to Vivekananda.

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After this, Amit Shah also addressed a public rally at Midnapore College Ground in West Medinipur. In this rally, 11 MLAs, one MP and one former MP joined BJP. Among them, the most important Trinamool Congress leader Shubhendu Adhikari is being considered, who has a big influence in East Medinipur district.

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