Explained: Why This Regional Party Is Key To Power In Goa

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Publish Date : 2022-03-09


Explained: Why This Regional Party Is Key To Power In Goa

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

The exit polls have predicted a tough contest between the BJP and the Congress, pointing towards a hung assembly in the state. This has led to vast speculation regarding possible support from other parties in the fray. MGP's fortunes are expected to rise, according to exit polls, which say that the regional party could emerge as the kingmaker. Dhavalikar today said that the MGP will get more than 10 seats "and then we will decide if we will go ahead and form the government". He added the decision will be made at 4 PM on Thursday. The TMC, a new entrant in Goa, has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor's Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) to make inroads in the state. Kishor guided the TMC to a massive win in the 2021 Assembly elections in West Bengal. Leaders in Goa say that IPAC was "handling everything" for TMC in Goa and the alliance with MGP was done by Kishor's team. The alliance was sealed in December last year.

A day before the results of the assembly elections are out, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Sudin Dhavalikar has said that he is "100 per cent" certain of alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC). He, however, did not rule out an alliance with its former partner the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said both Congress and the BJP contacted the regional party. "I have met with (TMC leader) Abhishek Banerjee, Prashant Kishor and Rajya Sabha MPs of the TMC. I have discussed a lot of things with them, the Congress and the BJP. But I am in an alliance, I will not be able to decide at this stage

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