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BJP seeks cadres’ opinion for shortlisting candidates for Goa assembly polls – New Delhi News

It is learnt that the Goa BJP unit has shortlisted names for 37 out of the 40 assembly seats, which go to polls on February 14. Counting of votes might be held on March 10.

“In several rounds of meetings of top state leadership names have been shortlisted. While shortlisting the names, the opinion of cadres is also taken at assembly or block level. This was for the first time in Goa, the opinion of workers was taken into consideration while shortlisting candidates. Final approval will be given by the central leadership,” a senior celebration functionary mentioned.

Apart from taking cadre’s opinion, the BJP has additionally held common fortnightly inside surveys to search out out the recognition of its ticket aspirants.

Another celebration functionary mentioned {that a} survey is performed each fortnight to know ticket aspirants recognition amongst voters.

Names shortlisted have been really helpful to the celebration’s Central Election Committee (CEC) for approval.

The BJP is making an attempt to type the federal government within the coastal state for the third consecutive time period and has set a goal of profitable greater than 25 seats.

After a number of rounds of survey, the BJP believes that there are no less than 14 assembly seats in Goa, which the celebration is comfortably going to win and there are 12 seats the place its possibilities of profitable are fifty- fifty.

“We are comfortably placed in 26 assembly seats in the state and the BJP will achieve its target of winning more than 25 assembly seats in Goa to form the government for the third time,” a senior celebration chief mentioned.

The BJP has been in energy within the coastal state since 2012 and might be contesting assembly polls for the primary time after loss of life of Manohar Parrikar, its greatest chief within the state, is going through problem from Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Congress and debutant Trinamool Congress (TMC).

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