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Congress names 9 extra applicants for Goa polls; ex-BJP minister will get price ticket

By means of PTI

PANAJI/NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday launched its 3rd record of 9 extra birthday party applicants for the February 14 Goa meeting elections and fielded leaders who had been previous within the BJP and the Trinamool Congress (TMC).

Former BJP minister Michael Lobo, who not too long ago hand over the saffron birthday party to sign up for the Congress, figures within the record together with Lavu Mamlekar, who was once previous with the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC.

Whilst Lobo will contest from Calangute, Mamlekar is the Congress candidate from the Marcaim Meeting constituency.

The record, signed by means of All India Congress Committee Basic Secretary Mukul Wasnik, additionally contains former Impartial MLA Prasad Gaonkar, who had resigned from the Area not too long ago to sign up for the Congress.

He can be contesting from his conventional Meeting seat Sanguem.

Meghashyam Raut is the Congress candidate from Bicholim, whilst Aman Lotlikar has been fielded from Tivim, Vikash Prabhudesai from Porvorim, Anthony Fernandes from St Andre and Janardhan Bhandari from Canacona.

Senior Congress chief Dharmesh Saglani shall be contesting from the Sankhalim Meeting constituency, recently represented by means of Leader Minister Pramod Sawant.

The principle opposition birthday party has up to now introduced birthday party tickets for twenty-four applicants for the single-phase polls to the 40-member Goa Meeting.

The Sonia Gandhi-led birthday party has already introduced a pre-poll alliance with the Goa Ahead Birthday celebration, a regional outfit.

The Congress had received 17 seats within the 2017 Meeting polls within the tiny coastal state to emerge as the one biggest birthday party.

Then again, the BJP, which was once then No.2 with regards to seats, temporarily stitched an alliance with smaller events and Impartial MLAs to shape its govt in Goa.

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