Prashant Kishor: RSS Is The Actual Coffee, BJP Only A Frothy Layer

Renowned political strategist Prashant Kishor, in a statement given to the media, stated, “Have you seen coffee? There’s a frothy layer on the top. In the current scenario, that layer is the BJP, while the actual coffee below that layer, is the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Moreover, PK’s statement is seen as a thorough analysis of the functioning of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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Furthermore, Prashant Kishor added that the ideology of Nathuram Godse can only be defeated by the Bapu’s (Mahatma Gandhi’s) Congress. “It would be better had I worked in that direction instead of helping the people like Nitish Kumar or Jagan Mohan Reddy,” he added. He even said that the RSS has strengthened its root level network which cannot be defeated by any “shortcut”.

Moreover, Prashant Kishor, who is on a “3,500-km long” padyatra in Bihar, has turned into a politician from an active poll strategist. Notably, he claimed that he has nothing to do with his former organization I-PAC now, however, he claims that suggestions are been taken from him at times from the company. However, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar alleged that PK has been working with the BJP behind the curtains.

Meanwhile, on Nitish Kumar’s allegations, Prashant Kishor said, “I was the one who was dissatisfied with the JD(U)’s stand over the CAA-NPR-NRC. I was deeply appalled with the JD(U) MPs voting in its favour. When I asked CM Nitish Kumar about the same, he said that he was unaware of that development and that he would not allow NRC in Bihar. I then realised that how can I work with such a person anymore?” 

On the other hand, PK even denied all the claims and allegations by Nitish Kumar about him working with the BJP. Moreover, Prashant Kishor, who almost joined the Congress party a few months back, seems like he admires the grand old party and believes that it’s the only party which can oust the BJP, however, now he has made his own ways and has been on a “padyatra” in Bihar for months. 

Though Prashant Kishor’s comparison of the RSS-BJP with the Coffee, seems interesting and factual to a lot of political pundits, analysts and journalists.

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