Before Goa elections, Congress said- TMC is helping BJP by dividing
Addressing Congress workers in Thivim constituency on Saturday evening, hours after Goa Forward Party leader Kiran Kandolkar joined TMC, AICC Goa desk in-charge Dinesh Gundu Rao said, it is sad to note that at a time when The people of Goa in general are eagerly waiting for the ending. BJP’s misgovernance, efforts are being made to divide anti-BJP votes.
He said that it seems that TMC is dividing secular votes and helping the BJP.
“The new parties entering Goa do not understand the mood and sentiments of the prevailing public against the BJP. They have also failed to understand the public sentiment that like-minded parties should come together in 2022,” he said.
Rao categorically said that while the Congress and other like-minded parties are trying to come up with a one-point agenda to defeat the BJP in 2022, these new parties are on a mission to divide the anti-BJP votes. In reference to Congress veteran Luizinho Faleiro’s switch of sides to the TMC, which nominated him to the Rajya Sabha.
These parties earlier lured the Congress leaders and workers of posts. Now they are targeting regional parties by fielding their candidates. people watching. They are ripe enough to see the game plan of these new parties that the ruling party will benefit from the division of votes.”
In the 2017 Goa Legislative Assembly elections, the Congress won the highest number of seats at 17 in the 40-member house, narrowing down the BJP to 13. The BJP, however, formed the government under the leadership of the late Manohar Parrikar in alliance with regional parties—the GFP and the MGP.
Over the years, the strength of the Congress reduced to four as many MLAs switched to the ruling BJP. Faleiro has recently joined the Mamata Banerjee-led party.
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