Trinamools Goa Ally Is Hot Property: "Congress, BJP Both Contacted Us"

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-03-08 00:00:00


Trinamools Goa Ally Is Hot Property: "Congress, BJP Both Contacted Us"

New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.

New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will decide its stand after the Goa election results by taking the TMC into confidence, but will "never support" Pramod Sawant as chief minister because two MGP ministers were dropped from the state cabinet after he became the Chief Minister following Manohar Parrikar's death. Mr Dhavalikar, however, did not categorically rule out supporting the BJP again.New Delhi: A day after exit polls indicated a hung assembly in coastal state Goa, BJP and Trinamool ally Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) are warming up to each other. With just two days to go for the counting of votes, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has said the central BJP leadership is already in talks with the MGP to seek its support if his party falls short of a few numbers to form the government. However, the MGP had earlier indicated that it won't support Mr Sawant as Chief Minister. The MGP hasn't ruled out an alliance with the BJP either and has claimed that Congress and ruling BJP have both contacted the regional party. Meanwhile, sources said an MGP-Trinamool meeting is scheduled tomorrow to decide on a post-poll alliance. The regional party has said it will make a decision after consultation with the Trinamool Congress based on final numbers. Pramod Sawant is in Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and brief him about the party's prospects of retaining power in Goa. Mr Sawant will later fly to Mumbai for a meeting with the BJP's Goa in-charge, Devendra Fadnavis. MGP legislator Sudin Dhavalikar had on Saturday said his party will dec



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