Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Tuesday addressed the Prime Minister ahead of the results of the upcoming assembly elections on March 10. Narendra Modi met with. CM Sawant met PM Modi at the Prime Minister’s residence. This meeting of both the leaders lasted for about 30 minutes. CM Sawant discussed the political situation with the Prime Minister after the exit polls.
After meeting the PM, Pramod Sawant said that the result will come on March 10. BJP will win more than 20 seats in the state. Most of the exit polls are showing victory of BJP. CM Sawant claimed that the BJP will get the support of the regional party. CM Sawant said that the central leadership will be in touch with him regarding the demand of regional parties. If needed, we can take the support of MGP.
BJP will be winning more than 20/40 seats. Most exit polls show BJP winning. We will form government with the support of independent and regional parties. Central leadership will be in talks with them over their demands, will seek MGP’s support, if needed: Goa CM Pramod Sawant pic.twitter.com/XfB9Ijtmgi
— ANI (@ANI) March 8, 2022
Let us tell you that there are 40 assembly seats in Goa. Here the majority figure is 40. Exit poll results show that the history of 2017 is only likely to repeat in Goa. That is, no one seems to be getting majority here. BJP is emerging as the single largest party in Goa and it is expected to get 13 to 17 seats. At the same time, Congress can get 12 to 16 seats and Aam Aadmi Party can get 1 to 5 seats.
According to ABP News-C Voter…
Total seats- 40
Congress – 12-16
Let us tell you that in this election, Congress is fighting together with Goa Forward Party (GFP). Whereas Trinamool Congress (TMC) contested the elections in alliance with Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP). According to exit poll data, TMC could be in the role of kingmaker here.