Assembly elections have been completed in all the five states including Uttar Pradesh. Now all eyes are on March 10, when the results will be announced. But before that, there is a political stir in Goa. According to sources, the responsibility of keeping Congress candidates together has been entrusted to Maharashtra’s Minister of State for Home and Congress leader Satej Patil. Congress is afraid that some other party may break its leaders and join their party. It is being told that the Congress candidates can be shifted to Kolhapur or Rajasthan to keep them together.
After the last assembly elections, many Congress MLAs had joined the BJP. Even after becoming the single largest party, the Congress could not form the government in Goa. That’s why this time every step is blowing. Exit polls show a hung assembly in Goa.
What is the condition of Goa in exit poll results?
(According to ABP News-C Voter)
Total seats- 40
Congress – 12-16
At present, the BJP seems to be away from the majority in Goa, but Chief Minister Pramod Sawant is seeing the dream of sitting on the seat of power coming true. Pramod Sawant is confident that the BJP government will be formed in the state. It is worth noting that in this election, the Congress had an alliance with the Goa Forward Party (GFP). While the Trinamool Congress (TMC) contested the elections in alliance with the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP).
In fact, despite becoming the single largest party in the 2017 elections, the Congress could not form the government. It had won 17 seats, while the BJP, which won 13 seats, took power with the support of MGP, Goa Forward Party and three independent MLAs. In this election, the account of Aam Aadmi Party was not opened at that time, while MGP 3 and other parties had won 7 seats.