Pramod Sawant Chief Minister Tuesday told Goa that the elections would be held as they are scheduled and expected to be held in February 2022, putting an end to speculations about early parliamentary polls in Goa.
“Time is going to be elections. It is in February 2022 for good,” Sawant said Tuesday to the reporters. Days after the visit by BJP National General Secretary (Art) B L Santhosh, the State Ministers, office bearers, BJP MLAs and BJP Co-Comitees, the BJP met marathon.
Sawant’s statements follow. Sawant, BJP National Secretary General in charge of Goa, stated during a meeting with Santhosh and C TRAVI that “the elections were preparatory.
The election is six months away, but preparations have already begun. This meeting only aimed at debating what the party has done as an organisation and in connection with the elections.”
In the meanwhile, Dinesh Gundu Rao, the Goa Desk for Congress, will visit the state for four days from 17 June and will visit several blocks of party in the whole country to ‘rejuvenate Party officials,’ said President Girish Chodankar, Chairman of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee on Tuesday.