Cong needs to start early for polls, do extra hard work: Campaign strategist on lessons from K'taka
New Delhi, May 15 (PTI) The "biggest takeaway" for the Congress from its Karnataka win is that it needs to always start early for any polls and put in extra hard work, political campaign strategist Naresh Arora said on Monday as he credited the party's 'guarantee' pitch for the electoral triumph.
Arora, who worked closely with Karnataka Congress president D K Shivakumar and also conceptualised several of the party's campaigns in the run up to the May 10 assembly polls, said he was sure that a decision on the chief ministership of the state will be arrived at in consultation with Siddaramaiah and Shivakumar.
"I am not a stakeholder in this process. I know that the Congress has gone through its tried and tested formula of one-line resolution and talking to the MLAs. I am pretty sure that the decision will be arrived at in consultation with both the senior leaders," Arora, who heads DesignBoxed, told PTI.