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Prashant Kishor, Biography, Age, Family, Education, Cast

Prashant Kishor, who is frequently called a “political strategist” or “election magician,” has been instrumental in determining the course of events for several political parties and their leaders. In the 2012 Gujarat Assembly Elections, he ran his first political campaign for Narendra Modi in an attempt to help him be re-elected as the state’s chief minister. The Bjp won a landslide victory in Gujarat. In addition, he worked with JDU, INC, AAP, DMK, YSRCP, and TMC.

On November 21, 1977, Prashant Kishor was born in Koran village, Rohtas, district Bihar. After earning a degree in the subject, he first looked for a career in public health. But he took a risk by entering politics because of his love of politics and his natural ability to read the dynamics of people.

Kishor’s rise to prominence started in 2011 when he teamed up with Gujarat’s then-chief minister, Narendra Modi, to manage his election campaign. Due to the campaign’s success, Kishor gained fame and recognition for his clever strategic planning.

Quick Bio of Prashant Kishor

NamePrashant Kishor
Party Name 

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Janata Dal

Age (as of 2023)45
BirthplaceKoran village, Rohtas district Bihar
HometownBuxr, Bihar
Occupationpolitical strategist and politician
Father nameShrikanth Pande (Doctor)
CasteBrahim
NationalityIndian
SchoolStudied at a form Government School, in Bihar
CollegePatna Science College, in Bihar
Wife nameJahnavi Das (Doctor)
Children’sOne boy
ReligionHinduism
HeightIn Centimeters 175 cm
In Feet & inches 5’9”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Websitewww.indianpac.com

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The Architect of Game-Changing Campaigns of Prashant Kishor

Prashant Kishor changed the way he campaigns for elections. His campaigns emphasize in-depth research, data-driven analytics, and a deep comprehension of regional concerns. Kishor customizes campaigns to appeal to particular demographics by using data from research and voter feedback, which strengthens voter connections.

He ran his first political campaign for Narendra Modi in the 2014 Gujarat Assembly election to support him in becoming Gujarat’s chief for a record third time. He ran an amazing campaign, and Bjp won by a landslide. Among Kishor’s most notable campaigns were Manthan, Chai pe Charcha, 3D rallies, Run for Unity, and several social media initiatives.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, he effectively used casual tea gatherings to create a human connection between Narendra Modi and the general public. This program was crucial in establishing Modi’s reputation as a leader who could relate to and comprehend the goals of the average person.

Kishor’s position as the best political strategist was further strengthened by his association with the Janata Dal (United) and its leader, Nitish Kumar. Kishor directed a well-thought-out campaign known as “Bihar ka Daura” in the 2015 Bihar Legislative Assembly elections, which greatly aided Nitish Kumar’s win.

When he ran for the Indian National Congress in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, he experienced his first setback. The BJP won more than 300 sites, while the Congress party only won seven.

Various states and political leaders looked for Prashant Kishor’s expertise after his success in Bihar. In the 2017 Punjab Assembly elections, he collaborated with Captain Amarinder Singh and led the Congress party to a strong win. This was his most interesting campaign to date.

Kishor joined Andhra Pradesh’s YSR Congress Party in 2019, led by Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy. His careful preparation and knowledgeable use of social media were important to the party’s powerful win in the state.

Following that, he worked for M. K. Stalin in the 2021 Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly election, Mamata Banerjee in the 2021 West Bengal Legislative Assembly election, and Arvind Kejriwal in the 2020 Delhi Legislative Assembly election. In each case, the parties won with a sizable majority.

 

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