Prashant Kishor, the Trinamool's poll strategist and founder of I-PAC, has spoken to Republic Media Network's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami at a critical time in the high-octane West Bengal elections. With three out of eight phases completed, Kishor has staked it all by confirming that he will 'cease to exist as a poll strategist' if the BJP manages to cross 100 seats in the 294 seat Bengal assembly. He's weighed in also on significant controversies that have emerged so far, including the 'Insider/Outsider' politics, allegations of communal appeasement, the all-important Nandigram battle between Mamata Banerjee and Suvendu Adhikari, and the poll violence that has marred the elections thus far.
Apart from this, the ever-analytical Prashant Kishor has also weighed in on the Tamil Nadu elections and whether the DMK and Stalin whom he has advised can come up trumps. Finally, Kishor has made an almighty declaration about his own political future.