New Goa CM: The search for the new Chief Minister starts
There is a political crisis in Goa due to the demise of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. While Congress has claimed to have established power in Goa by writing to the Governor, the BJP should also take over the search for the new chief minister overnight
There is a political crisis in Goa due to the demise of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. While Congress has claimed to have established power in Goa by writing to the governor, BJP also held meetings with the legislators overnight to conduct a new Chief Minister’s search. A friend party and some independent MLAs were also present in this meeting. The marathon meeting was held in the presence of Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.
In Goa, there is a coalition government led by Bharatiya Janata Party, which includes the Goa Forward Party, the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, and the Independents. These parties have only supported the government for Parrikar. What will be the role of this party due to the demise of Parrikar is now going to be important. Parrikar was elected from Panaji Legislative Constituency. There, by now, there will be a by-election. Bye-elections in three assembly constituencies in Goa in the next month. The strength of 40 seats has now come to 36. The BJP will have to choose a new leader in the face of Parrikar, and it will have to submit to the support letters of other parties to Governor Mridula Sinha. If Sinha is not convinced in this position, then the senior party can invite the government to form the government, said a senior official.
The news of Parrikar’s condition is very serious, the news was released in the evening. Thereafter three members of the Goa Forward Party and three MLAs from Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party got late independent meetings in the evening. Congress has made a claim to Governor Mridula Sinha for the formation of government in Goa. Due to the absence of Chief Minister Parrikar and the death of MLA Francis D’Souza, the ruling party in Goa has been reduced to a minority. Also, since the state is presently decisive, the BJP government should be sacked, “Sinha said. BJP government is strong and stable even in Delhi, including Goa. We have started thinking of new options for changing conditions in Goa. Also, BJP is capable of successfully handling all the issues, and citizens should not believe in any rumors and news that is spread through social media, “said BJP’s Media Coordinator, Mrs. Message Sadhay, in a letter.
In the meantime, the by-election for Goa Assembly in three seats is underway and the possibility of adjournment of the Assembly will be postponed till the election, said Deepak Dhavalikar, the observer of Maharashtra Gomantak Party. ‘Goa is going through a political transit. No stretch yet. But after Parrikar, there can be a problem, “he said in the statement.
Senior Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digambar Kamat is likely to enter the BJP, who got the news from Delhi to Goa for Sunday. However, Kamat has denied all these things. Digambar Kamat has joined the BJP to prove that the Goa government is in the fray due to the depletion of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. A lot of these messages were heard from social media on social media due to which he had come to Goa. “I am leaving for Delhi from a Delhi business trip to Goa, and this trip is very personal,” Kapta said before leaving for Delhi airport.
Conflicts in Goa
Total seats: 40
The current strength of strength – 36
Magog – 3
Goa Forward – 3
Independent – 3