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His strategy failed in Bengal: Rajib Banerjee on Prashant Kishor's leaked audio clip

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His strategy failed in Bengal: Rajib Banerjee on Prashant Kishor's leaked audio clip

His strategy failed in Bengal: Rajib Banerjee on Prashant Kishor's leaked audio clip

Soon after TMC poll strategist Prashant Kishor audio clip leaked in which he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee equally popular in the Bengal Assembly polls, two time former TMC MLA and now BJP leader Rajib Banerjee said that Kishor strategy has failed in Bengal.

"Prashant Kishor's strategy will not work in Bengal, his strategy has failed.

TMC has finished here.

In Bengal, only Narendra Modi's strategy will work," said BJP's Banerjee.


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