Goa won't allow TMC-MGP to divide Hindu votes: Pramod Sawant
I am shocked by statements of TMC leaders who say that their intention is to divide Hindu votes.
Such politics has no place in our country.
26.63 percent voting in Goa till 11 am
26.63 per cent voting has been done in Goa till 11 am.
Goa CM Pramod Sawant casts his vote, said - Utpal Parrikar will not win the election
Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has cast his vote. Sawant said during this that we do not need any cooperation. Sawant further said that both Congress leaders Michael Lobo and Utpal Parrikar will not win the election. Definitely BJP government is being formed. We will not need to talk with anyone to form the government. We will get full majority government.
11.04 per cent polling has been recorded in Goa till 9 am. Talking about North Goa, 11.17 percent voting has been done till 9 am while South Goa has 10.93 percent voting.
Atishi, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, has taken to Twitter to urge people to vote in large numbers. He urged all Goenkars to go to the polls and vote. Your vote, they say, may bring change to Goa, and a brighter future for your children!
Apart from Vijay Sardesai of the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and Goa Forward Party, the BJP received the backing of three independent MLAs in the recent elections here (GFP). The BJP received 17 seats, the Congress 15, and the Goa Forward Party and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party each received three seats. This season, there are a total of 301 contenders in the running. Women outnumber men in the voting booth. PM Modi has urged voters in the states where voting is taking place today to use their franchise to elect their government.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadhera has also shown her support for the Goa assembly elections on Twitter. Choose progress, choose politics that puts you first, pick your freedom to be yourself, choose Goa! he writes to all his Goa pals.
'I urge the sisters and brothers of Goa to vote in large numbers,' Union Home Minister Amit Shah stated in a tweet. The state's development can only be ensured by a stable, determined, and corruption-free government. So come out and vote for Goa's prosperity.
Pramod Sawant, the Chief Minister of Goa, said that the Prime Minister contacted him this morning to congratulate him. Sawant stated that he believes the BJP would win 22 or more seats. With a 100 percent majority, the BJP's infrastructure development and PM Modi's self-reliance goal will undoubtedly benefit us.Image Credit:
Meanwhile, Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai of Goa has stated that the Goan people are allies. There isn't a significant political battle going on. Elections will be held in a free and fair manner. ECI, as well as all political parties, are deserving of recognition. I'm hoping that more people will turn out to vote this year.
Vishwajit Rane, Goa's Health Minister, votes in MAM Assembly Constituency's Booth No 42, GPS Vitthalpur Karapur Primary School. Utpal Parrikar, the son of former state chief minister Manohar Parrikar, too went to a voting station in Panaji to take stock. He and his wife Surakshana had already visited Sri Rudreshwar Devasthana and offered prayers. The Chief Electoral Officer of Goa tweeted that the elderly and youth in the state are extremely enthusiastic about voting. Aside from that, the Election Commission has tweeted about the requirements for people to vote and wished them luck during the election.
Pramod Sawant, the Chief Minister of Goa, has said that he will exercise his franchise in Kotombi village. On this occasion, he urged people to turn out in large numbers and utilize their right to vote. He further stated that the BJP government's work is visible to all. Because the BJP has a majority, Utpal Parrikar (Independent) and Michael Lobo (Congress) will not win.
Voting began on Monday in all 40 assembly seats of Goa. Along with this, honorable people have also started coming here for voting. All parties have appealed to the people to exercise their franchise. Security arrangements have been made more vigilant in view of the polling. The Governor of Goa casts his vote along with his wife at Taleigao AC, PS No. 15, Dona Paula at the very beginning of voting. Apart from this, Himachal Pradesh Governor Rajendra Arlekar along with his wife cast their vote in Baina constituency 25- Vasco da Gama for Goa Assembly elections. Raj Bhavan has tweeted this information. Voting will be held from 7 am to 6 pm. Around 11.04 percent polling has been recorded till 9 am in the state.