Saturday, July 2, 2022

AAP releases first list of candidatures for 10 assembly segments

Assembly elections are proposed in five states in February-March. Goa is also included in these list of states. Aam Aadmi Party is already busy in preparations for the assembly elections in Goa. In this episode, on Friday, the Aam Aadmi Party has released the first list of candidates for the Goa Assembly elections. In which […]

Assembly elections are proposed in five states in February-March. Goa is also included in these list of states. Aam Aadmi Party is already busy in preparations for the assembly elections in Goa. In this episode, on Friday, the Aam Aadmi Party has released the first list of candidates for the Goa Assembly elections. In which the party has announced candidates from 10 assembly seats.

Declaration of candidates from these assembly seats

Amit Palekar from Santa Cruz, Vishwajit k Rane from Poriem, Mahadev Naik from Siroda, Satyavijay Naik from Valpay (Valpoi) ), Babu Nanoskar from Dabolim, Alina Saldanha from Cortalim, Vinzy Viegas from Benaulim, Pratima Coutinho from Navelim, Sanguem ( Abhijeet Desai from Senguem and Dominic Gunkar from Courtalim.

Aam Aadmi Party is entering the assembly election alone in Goa

In Goa, the Aam Aadmi Party had contested the assembly elections in 2017, but the Aam Aadmi Party was not able to win a single victory. This time TMC is also going to contest for the first time in Goa assembly elections. Under which TMC has got many former Congressmen included in the party. Earlier it was being speculated that the Aam Aadmi Party has an alliance with TMC for the Goa Assembly elections, but in the past, party convener Arvind Kejriwal had ruled out the possibility of a pre-poll alliance with TMC. At the same time, he had said that in case of a fractured mandate, he can consider an alliance with non-BJP parties after the assembly election results. He had announced that the Aam Aadmi Party will field its candidates in all 40 seats of the Goa Legislative Assembly and will announce the face of the party for the post of Chief Minister in the coming days.

Congress was unsuccessful in forming the government even after winning more seats in the last election.

In the 2017 assembly elections in Goa, the Congress was unsuccessful in forming the government even after winning more seats. In the last elections, 17 seats of Goa Legislative Assembly consisting of 40 assembly seats were won by Congress candidates, while 13 candidates of BJP were victorious, but in the end BJP was successful in getting the majority mark.


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