Panaji: BJP President Amit Shah ought to apologize to the electorate in Goa for disrespecting the people’s command and framing an administration against their desires, said All India Congress Committee (AICC) Secretary Girish Chodankar.
“Shah ought to apologize to the people of Goa for compellingly framing the administration against the command of the general population. His gathering was dismisses however figured out how to have a secondary passage section to shape the administration,” Chodankar told correspondents here last night.
Chondankar was responding to BJP’s open meeting planned on April 9, which will congratulate Shah after BJP secured control in four of the five states which went to surveys as of late.
This would be Shah’s first visit to Goa after the February 4 Legislative Assembly decisions. More than 30,000 individuals are relied upon to take part in this meeting.
“BJP has no privilege to celebrate as they were pulled down from 21 seats, which they won in 2012 Goa surveys, to minor 13 in the as of late held get together decisions. This unmistakably shows the gathering has been comprehensively rejected and pioneers like Shah were not acknowledged by Goan voters,” Chodankar said.
He said the BJP ought to introspect on its annihilation and furthermore take in lessons from his gathering (Congress) which has been making progress in the state.
“Voters chose Congress amid late surveys. Congress would have framed the administration however for the abuse of the Governor’s post,” he charged.
After the Goa race comes about tossed a hung gathering, Congress developed as the single biggest gathering with 17 seats.
However, the BJP, which finished second winning 13 seats, managed to form the government under Manohar Parrikar after cobbling together an alliance with regional parties like Goa Forward and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party besides getting three Independent MLAs to back them.