Patna: Political strategist Prashant Kishor, popular as PK has indicated that he is set to take a political plunge.

After refusing to accept Congresss offer to join the group to strengthen it for the run-up to the 2024 general elections, PK in his latest tweet said he was prepared to go to the peoples court. He has expressed his willingness to begin it from his home turf, Bihar.

PK tweeted "my quest to be a meaningful participant in democracy and help shape pro-people policy led to a 10 year rollercoaster ride"!

He further mentioned " As I turn the page, it is the time to go to the Real Masters, THE PEOPLE, to better understand the issues and the path to Jan Suraj-Peoples Good Governance".

PK who reached Patna on Sunday, gave ample indications to float his new political party.

PK is not a new face in the corridors of politics. Besides political strategist, he was also the Vice President of the ruling Janata Dal-United led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Bihar.

Under his latest strategy, PK had planed to build a strong alliance against the BJP by keeping the Congress at the Centre of Opposition parties. He had proposed Congress to leave some of its old partners and shake hands with new allies, including  JD(U) in Bihar, TMC in Bengal and TRS in Telangana.

PK, who in past had prepared election strategies for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Ministers Nitish Kumar,  Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal, M K Stalin, Jagan Mohan Reddy and in several states for Congress was now all set to take a leap in the politics on the planks of "Jan Suraj".

His Jan Suraj is being considered to counter Good Governance of Nitish Kumar in Bihar. Under his person to person contact mission , PK is contemplating to consolidate people on various electoral promises made by the political parties during electoral campaigns including employment and other issues like corruption, education, inflation and unemployment.

With an eye on the 2024 Lok Sabha as well as on 2025 Bihar Assembly elections, PK may include the groups uncomfortable with the present political parties.