MGPs 1st list of candidates to be out on Jan 13

Times of India | 10 months ago | 09-01-2022 | 04:38 am

MGPs 1st list of candidates to be out on Jan 13

Panaji: While welcoming the decision of the election commission of India (ECI) to hold assembly election in Goa on February 14, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) president Pandurang ‘Deepak’ Dhavalikar on Saturday urged the people of the state to vote for change and defeat the corrupt government of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). MGP will announce the first list of its candidates on January 13. Dhavalikar said that the poll watchdog should implement strict guidelines issued by them not only against the opposition, but also the ruling party and the government machinery. He also said that the party is all set to go for election with the alliance with Trinamool Congress (TMC) and seat sharing would be done on January 13.

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