Given the deteriorating health of CM Manohar Parrikar in Goa, the BJP leaders have also demanded from the party to take some decisions regarding the state. Given the continuous decline in Manohar Parrikar’s health, BJP MLA Dayanand Mandrekar has requested the party leadership to take any decision regarding the new BJP leader in Goa.
Talking to the media on Sunday, MLA Dayanand Mandrekar said, “Until Manohar Parrikar was fit, there was no need for change in the party’s leadership in Goa. But now his health is very bad and it is constantly getting worse. In such a situation, it is expected from the party to take any decision in this direction from Delhi to Goa. ”
Dayanand Mandrekar, BJP: Had Manohar Parrikar been fit, there wouldn't have been a need to change the leader but his health is very critical now, deteriorating day after day. Party should take some decision. From centre to Goa, some decision should be taken. I think it'll be done pic.twitter.com/gKzRZz5GwZ
— ANI (@ANI) March 17, 2019
Goa Congress claims claim to form government
Let us state that on Saturday, the Goa Congress legislators have also written to the governor asking him to give a chance to form the government. The Congress has once again claimed to form a government in Goa. Congress has urged Goa governor Mridula Sinha to sack the Manohar Parrikar-led coalition government.
Congress claims, ‘minority is BJP’s government’
The Congress said that after the demise of the MPs of Mapusa Francis D’Souza, the BJP-led alliance government in the state has come in a minority. He said that at present the Congress has 14 MLAs, while BJP has 13 MLAs. However, the BJP has the support of nine MLAs, including three independents. Opposition leader Chandrakant Kawalakar said, “We are blaming our claim to form a government in the state and demand that we dismiss the BJP-led government and call for a government.”
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