While the political grapevine is alive after the announcement of strategist Prashant Kishor wanting to join the Grand Old Party, the existing Congress cadre may not have taken so kindly to the development.
After BJP’s Narottam Mishra commented on the possibility of Kishor joining Congress and ‘giving a lesson’ to Congress MP leader Kamal Nath, the former chief minister said on Friday that the party was not ‘dependent’ on anyone in Madhya Pradesh.
“Whether Prashant Kishore comes or not, we are prepared and not dependent on anyone in MP,” said Kamal Nath.
Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that if Kishor came to Congress, Nath would be ‘laid to rest’. “If Kamal Nath did not learn from the public, now he will be taught by Kishor,” he had hit out at Nath