'Goan politicians are fostering migrant vote bank,' says Manoj Parab in Vasco

Manoj Parab demanded that the Mormugao Mamledatar office take urgent action and remove the migrants from the voter rolls.
'Goan politicians are fostering migrant vote bank,' says Manoj Parab in Vasco

Founder of RG Manoj Parab at Mormugao mega meeting

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Ahead of the 2022 Goa Assembly Elections, Revolutionary Goans (RG) Founder Manoj Parab on Tuesday, January 4, criticised Goa politicians and ministers for the encroachment of Comunidad lands and "migrant vote bank politics" in a mega rally at Vasco.

Addressing the meeting, Parab said, "our politicians are known for fostering migrant vote banks in their respective constituencies. However, the real challenge remains how the government will effectively control the unabated migrant influx, which now equals the population of Goa."

He asked people to raise their voices against the encroachment of Comunidad land. "People of Goa from Cortalim, Sancoale, Zuarinagar, Dabolim and Vasco in Mormugao taluka should raise their voice against encroachment on Comunidad land," Parab said.

The RG founder also highlighted MLA Mauvin Godinho's decision to hand over the BJP candidature to a migrant in the Cortalim assembly, alleging that "Mauvin is a migrant in Goa."

<div class="paragraphs"><p>RG supporters at the meeting</p></div>

RG supporters at the meeting

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He also criticised recently elected Congress candidate Captain Viriato Fernandes, who had promised to save Goa but had now joined forces with the lobby to disrupt the state.

Manoj Parab has also alleged BJP candidature Krishna Daji Salkar for entering migrants names in the voters' list. He demanded that the Mormugao Mamledatar office take urgent action and remove the migrants from the voter rolls. "Else the Revolutionary Goans will do its duty in its own manner," Parab warned.

<div class="paragraphs"><p>Founder of RG Manoj Parab at Mormugao mega meeting</p></div>
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