AAP, TMC backed by BJP to divide secular votes in Goa, alleges Congress



The Congress on Sunday alleged that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the Aam Admi Occasion (AAP) have been backed by the BJP in Goa, the place these two events need to contest the upcoming Meeting elections to divide secular votes.

All India Congress Committee’s Goa desk in-charge Dinesh Gundu Rao additionally stated that his celebration was open for alliance with the “like-minded events and people who find themselves secular and have native join”.

Addressing a press convention in Panaji together with the celebration’s state unit chief Girish Chodankar and Chief of Opposition Digambar Kamat, he stated, “The events like TMC and AAP are within the state to divide the votes. They’re backed by the BJP.”

Rao accused these events of indulging in corrupt practices earlier than the elections, scheduled to be held in February subsequent 12 months.

The TMC has not too long ago introduced that it plans to contest the Goa Meeting polls on all 40 seats, whereas AAP, which had contested the election within the state in 2017, can also be within the energy recreation.

Rao stated the phenomenon of dividing the Congress’s votes was not restricted to Goa alone, however is discovered throughout India.

Responding to a query, the Congress chief stated, “The celebration is open to alliance with like-minded, secular events and folks with native join.”

The Congress appeared ahead to having a “correct and steady alliance”, he stated.

The Congress had emerged as the only largest celebration by successful 17 seats within the final Meeting election held in 2017. Nonetheless, the BJP, which had bagged 13 seats, acted swiftly and got here to energy with the help of some regional events.




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