Former JDU Vice president Prashant Kishor and popular political strategist Prashant Kishor who heated up the Bihar politics with his rift with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar hit headlines yet again. This time it was amid the rumours that he accepted an offer from Madhya Pradesh Congress to handle its campaign for the 24 assembly seats.
However, Prashant cleared the air stating that he would not take up any Congress’ projects anytime soon. He also revealed that not only former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, but also Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has approached him to take up the upcoming election project. “I’m don’t want to take Congress party work in bits and pieces,” he added. This move triggered speculations if PK foresaw Congress defeat over which he refused to take up the project.