Ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, Congress leader is scheduled to campaign in Goa, on February 4. Initially, he was scheduled to visit Goa on February 2, which was later postponed to February 4, said Congress. During the visit, Rahul Gandhi will boost morale of party workers, putting effort for the win of Congress, against BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party. Notably, Goa Assembly elections is scheduled on February 14.
Utpal Parrikar, former Goa CM late Manohar Parrikar's son announced to contest from Panaji Assembly constituency as an independent candidate. On January 21, he addressed a press conference and said, he will resign from the BJP. The developments came after the BJP left him in the first MLA candidate list and denied him Panaji ticket. Moreover, Devendra Fadanvis said, they have offered Utpal two other seats and talks are uunderway.
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Utpal Parrikar, former Goa CM Late Manohar Parrikar's son, will address a press conference on January 21. During the conference, Parrikar will announce his stand, after being left out in the BJP's MLA Candidates' first list, for the upcoming Goa Assembly elections. Notably, Utpal wanted to contest from the Panaji constituency, however was denied ticket. The political drama within party came ahead of the Goa elections, scheduled on February 14… read-more
The recent BJP MLA Candidates' list upset former Goa CM's son Utpal Parrikar. Hoping the MLA candidate from Panaji, Utpal was left out from the BJP's list. In addition, despite Parrikar's open demand to contest the Panaji Assembly seat, the Goa BJP unit announced Atanasio "Babush" Monserrate, who was a former INC leader as Panaji candidate. Now, Utpal Parrikar said, he will announce his stand soon, ahead of Goa elections.
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AAP Convenor Arvind Kejriwal is going to announce CM candidate for Goa Assembly elections 2022. On January 19, the Delhi CM will visit Panaji and announce the CM Face, for the single phased Goa Assembly elections, scheduled on February 14. Notably, political parties will contest for 70 assembly seats in Goa. With the intensified door-to-door campaign, the AAP is said to be a strong contender for the Assembly elections.
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AAP President Arvind Kejriwal, on January 16, announced 13 point agenda for the Goa Assembly elections, scheduled on February 14. The party promised employment, mining, financial assistance, free medical, growth and corruption-free government. Addressing a public rally in Panaji, Kejriwal promised Rs 3,000 to unemployed youth and Rs 1,000 to women above 18-years, every month. The party also assured to resolve issues of people, if voted in… read-more
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During a campaign in Goa, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressed AAP as the ''most honest party''. He further added, The raids instructed by BJP led PM Narendra Modi, had failed to find evidence of wrong-doing against our party. Accusing the BJP of taking bribes, to fill government posts and positions, he assured if his party came in power they would offer ''equal opportunity'' and form an honest party.
The AAP released the second list of MLA candidates, contesting in the Goa Assembly Elections, on January 9. "We are committed to bring in good governance and work for the people of Goa," tweeted Goa AAP Convenor, Rahul Mhambre. The list of 10 candidates include, Ramrao Wagh, Sudesh Mayenkar, Cecille Rodrigues, Rajesh Kalangutkar, Prashant Naik, Rahul Mhambre, Cruz Silva, Anoop Kudtarkar, Anil Gaonkar and Sandesh Telekar, contesting elections… read-more
The Goa Forward Party and Congress, on December 18, announced an alliance to contest in the 2022 Goa Assembly elections. "We've said in the past that on the eve of Goa's 60th Liberation Day, we'll give you an alliance that will re-liberate Goa from these elected authorities," said Vijay Sardesai, the President of GFP. The Goa Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in 2022.
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