MARGAO: The newly elected State president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Sadanand Shet Tanavde stated that the party is working very hard to elect BJP candidates in Margao and Fatorda constituencies in the next assembly election. He also exudes confidence that BJP will win a minimum of 30 seats in the next election.
Speaking to the reporters at BJP’s South Goa District office along with former MP Adv Narendra Sawaikar, former MLA Damodar (Damu) Naik, South Goa district president Tulsidad Naik, councillor Rupesh Mahatme, Tanavde said that there will be not Mission Salcete for next assembly elections.
"Presently the party is having a majority in the assembly and we are trying our best to give a stable government to the people of Goa. We have targeted a minimum of 30 seats in next assembly election and party workers are already started their work,” he added.
Tanavde further said that the party is working very hard to elect their candidate in Margao and Fatorda constituencies. When asked about the rumour pertaining to MLA Digambar Kamat entry into the BJP he said, "It looks like Congress party president has no faith in his own MLAs. He doubts the party MLAs.”
"All my party workers are working very hard to strengthen the party,” he further added. This was his first visit after taking the charge as party president.