It is important to share that Congress since 1885 has dominated the Indian political space. It has also dominated India’s post-independence politics. It has ruled the country for 54 of the past 69 years, either on its own or as the leader of coalition governments. But now, the Indian National Congress is in crisis. Almost two years after its humiliating defeat in general elections, it has lost its face in the Assembly elections – Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal. They have become glorified third player in most of these states.
Prashant Kishor has delivered a landslide victory for Narendra Modi as Prime Minister in 2014. Once again in 2105, he managed to stich an unbelievable political alliance between Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav in Bihar. Today, he is one of the hottest political strategist of India. No wonder, he has been hired to script Congress’s revival in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.