Panaji, Dec 16: The Congress occasion on Thursday introduced the primary checklist of 8 candidates for Goa Meeting Elections 2022. The elections are scheduled to be held early subsequent yr together with Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Manipur. The election fee is but to announce the schedule for subsequent yr’s elections.
Former Gao Chief Minister Digambar Vasant Kamat will contest from Margao, Sudhir Kanolkar has been given ticket from Mapusa, Tony Rodrigues from Taleigao, Rajesh Verenkar from Ponda, Sankalp Amonkar from Marmugao, Alexio Reginaldo Lourenco from Curtorim, Yuri Alemao from Cuncolim, and Altone D’Costa from Quepem.
Congress proclaims the primary checklist of eight candidates for Goa Meeting elections 2022
Former CM Digambar Kamat to contest from Margao Meeting seat pic.twitter.com/vXztDP4nZd
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Congress is the primary occasion to announce the identify of the candidates within the state.
The Meeting polls in UP and Goa, each presently dominated by the BJP, are due in February subsequent yr.
Within the 2017 polls, Congress had emerged as the one largest occasion by successful 17 seats within the 40-member Home whereas the BJP bagged 13 seats.
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In the meantime, the NCP can be in talks with the Congress over the forthcoming Goa Meeting polls and pitching for unity among the many anti-BJP events, however “there was no response but”, Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik advised reporters.
“We must always assist the occasion which is contesting the election with all its would possibly in Uttar Pradesh. It’s our view that there must be no division of votes (amongst non-BJP events) in Uttar Pradesh,” stated Malik, who’s the NCP’s nationwide spokesperson.
The NCP is discussing the identical with the Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Social gathering (key opposition occasion in Uttar Pradesh), stated the minister, whose occasion shares energy with the Shiv Sena and Congress in Maharashtra.
Story first printed: Thursday, December 16, 2021, 20:25 [IST]