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Goa: Cong MLA Godinho to quit party, join BJP

Press Trust of India  |  Panaji 

Former Minister and legislator Mauvin Godinho today said he would resign from the party to join ahead of the upcoming polls.

"I have decided to resign from and join the on whose ticket I would be fighting the forthcoming Legislative Assembly election," Godinho told reporters.



The MLA, who represents Dabolim constituency, claimed he was "completely disappointed" with and had expressed his feelings to the party high command in and even informed them about joining the BJP.

"I have president (Sonia Gandhi) in Delhi. I got fully disappointed with the Congress. After briefing the central leaders about the hardships faced by me, I also informed them that I will be quitting the party," Godinho said.

According to the legislator, he has decided to join and on several occasions, he has mentioned that he would be contesting 2017 assembly elections on a ticket.

Referring to the political charge-sheet released by against BJP, Godinho said,"is dreaming that will be wiped out which is not going to happen".

"I was reading the charge-sheet which was prepared by the Congress. I really laughed at it because all the points mentioned by the are sins of omission committed by their leaders during the regime," Godinho added.

In the charge-sheet, released yesterday, there are 25 points against the BJP.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Goa: Cong MLA Godinho to quit party, join BJP

Former Goa Minister and Congress legislator Mauvin Godinho today said he would resign from the party to join BJP ahead of the upcoming State Assembly polls. "I have decided to resign from Congress and join the BJP on whose ticket I would be fighting the forthcoming Goa Legislative Assembly election," Godinho told reporters. The MLA, who represents Dabolim constituency, claimed he was "completely disappointed" with Congress and had expressed his feelings to the party high command in Delhi and even informed them about joining the BJP. "I have met Congress president (Sonia Gandhi) in Delhi. I got fully disappointed with the Congress. After briefing the central Congress leaders about the hardships faced by me, I also informed them that I will be quitting the party," Godinho said. According to the legislator, he has decided to join BJP and on several occasions, he has mentioned that he would be contesting 2017 assembly elections on a BJP ticket. Referring to the political charge-sheet ... Former Minister and legislator Mauvin Godinho today said he would resign from the party to join ahead of the upcoming polls.

"I have decided to resign from and join the on whose ticket I would be fighting the forthcoming Legislative Assembly election," Godinho told reporters.

The MLA, who represents Dabolim constituency, claimed he was "completely disappointed" with and had expressed his feelings to the party high command in and even informed them about joining the BJP.

"I have president (Sonia Gandhi) in Delhi. I got fully disappointed with the Congress. After briefing the central leaders about the hardships faced by me, I also informed them that I will be quitting the party," Godinho said.

According to the legislator, he has decided to join and on several occasions, he has mentioned that he would be contesting 2017 assembly elections on a ticket.

Referring to the political charge-sheet released by against BJP, Godinho said,"is dreaming that will be wiped out which is not going to happen".

"I was reading the charge-sheet which was prepared by the Congress. I really laughed at it because all the points mentioned by the are sins of omission committed by their leaders during the regime," Godinho added.

In the charge-sheet, released yesterday, there are 25 points against the BJP.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Goa: Cong MLA Godinho to quit party, join BJP

Former Minister and legislator Mauvin Godinho today said he would resign from the party to join ahead of the upcoming polls.

"I have decided to resign from and join the on whose ticket I would be fighting the forthcoming Legislative Assembly election," Godinho told reporters.

The MLA, who represents Dabolim constituency, claimed he was "completely disappointed" with and had expressed his feelings to the party high command in and even informed them about joining the BJP.

"I have president (Sonia Gandhi) in Delhi. I got fully disappointed with the Congress. After briefing the central leaders about the hardships faced by me, I also informed them that I will be quitting the party," Godinho said.

According to the legislator, he has decided to join and on several occasions, he has mentioned that he would be contesting 2017 assembly elections on a ticket.

Referring to the political charge-sheet released by against BJP, Godinho said,"is dreaming that will be wiped out which is not going to happen".

"I was reading the charge-sheet which was prepared by the Congress. I really laughed at it because all the points mentioned by the are sins of omission committed by their leaders during the regime," Godinho added.

In the charge-sheet, released yesterday, there are 25 points against the BJP.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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