Goa Congress Crisis After the recent political upheaval in Maharashtra, now there is a political tussle in Goa as well. According to the political scenario seen in Goa, the Congress is on the path of breakdown.
Kolar, Agency. After the recent political upheaval in Maharashtra, now there is a political tussle in Goa as well. According to the political scenario seen in Goa, the state Congress is in the grip of internal strife. The Congress on Sunday admitted that many of its 11 MLAs could not be contacted. The Congress has accused its own two MLAs of conspiring with the BJP for defection. Congress says that Michael Lobo and former Chief Minister Digambar Kamat are conspiring with BJP.
Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary and Goa BJP in-charge CT Ravi on Monday claimed that 11 Goa Congress MLAs are ready to leave the party and join the BJP. CT Ravi said that 11 Goa Congress MLAs are ready to leave Congress and join BJP at the earliest. Not only this, many other leaders of Goa Congress are also in touch with BJP. It is expected that soon these disgruntled leaders will join BJP.
The Goa Congress on Monday said it has sought the disqualification of two of its leaders Michael Lobo and Digambar Kamat from the assembly. In fact, this dramatic development in Goa’s politics came to the fore when five Goa Congress MLAs, who could not be contacted till a day earlier, attended the proceedings of the state assembly on the first day of the monsoon session on Monday and said that the opposition parties That is, there is nothing wrong in BJP.
A senior Congress party leader had earlier said that out of the total 11 party MLAs on Sunday, five could not be contacted. These five Congress MLAs included Michael Lobo, Digambar Kamat, Kedar Naik, Rajesh Faldesai and Deliala Lobo. The Congress later removed Lobo from the post of Leader of the Opposition in the 40-member state assembly. Congress’s Goa in-charge Dinesh Gundu Rao alleges that the BJP wants to eliminate the opposition. Lobo and Kamat are conspiring with the BJP to create a split in the Congress.