Goa minister Manohar Parrikar passes away
Goa minister Manohar Parrikar passes away:- BJP has more than a year to keep the plan ready, but the search for Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s successor is easy.
In the wing of the party’s assembly, there are 12 legislators from 40 members, and the sources said that the party says that the new leader should be among them. However, the partners of the affiliation rely on what they think.
Parrikar’s death brought together the war parties. The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and the Goa Forward Party (GFP) were in each other’s rumble, but in a surprise turn in Sunday’s events, they took a joint front and a meeting took place in Donna Paula. Two regional parties, who have three legislators, were presented by three independents.
MGP Leader, Ramkrishna Leader Sudin Dhawalikar said that all the nine MLAs will meet the Minister of Shipping and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, who arrived after midnight and decided to nominate the Chief Minister candidate.
Gadkari has been appointed to interact with BJP legislators and coalition partners. Political observers feel that it will not be easy for Gadkari because they have to explain to the BJP candidate to support his colleagues for his support for the top post.
Proposal for making BJP’s MLA, Vijay Sardesai
Earlier in the evening, BJP’s planning secretary Satish Dhond had interacted with the alliance partners, where they were kept inside Donna Pasa Flat.
Two years ago, when the Parrikar-led government was formed, the alliance partners gave separate letters to the governor, only supported the government under the leadership of Parrikar. Sources said that after the death of Parrikar, governors will have to submit new letters to support them.
There was a four-hour meeting in the nine groups and three BJP legislators including Jagjivan Rane joined, who die for the top post. Don Speaker Michael Lobo and Aldona’s legislator Glenn Tyco were also present, after 11:00, when they went to Donna Paula to the Chief Minister’s private residence, the meeting was over.
“There is a proposal by the informal channel to make the non-BJP legislator chief minister. After the BJP assembly meeting, we will take a stand. GFP chairman Vijay Sardesai said that no one can take anyone.
Sardesai has always said that support was for Parrikar, not for BJP. He said that the BJP should first decide what they want and then the views of the allies should be taken.
Sardesai said that the Congress MLA Digambar Kamat has not been named for the Chief Minister’s post.