Ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar would visit all the Assembly constituencies, the ruling BJP said today. "During (BJP chief) Amit Shah's visit to the state, it was suggested that chief minister should visit every constituency along with the party MLA in respective area," Goa BJP chief Vinay Tendulkar said here. He was speaking after chairing a meeting of the party's state executive committee. Parrikar recently visited Sankhalim constituency as part of this outreach program. "In November and December, the chief minister will visit seven to eight constituencies and interact with party workers," Tendulkar said. State BJP general secretary Sadanand Tanawade said the party had already taken up 'booth vistar yojana' (booth expansion program) to strengthen the base at the grass-root level, under which twenty-two constituencies have been already covered.
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