Former pwd minister Churchill alemao stands confident of gather 3000 to 4000 voters in every constituency of south goa till date if given to the congress ticket for the south goa loksabha seat

06-07-2013 … while blaming the former chief minister digambar kamat for the down fall of the state congress party in the last assembly elections Former pwd minister Churchill alemao on Friday stated he still had the confidence to gather 3000 to 400 voters in every constituency of south goa till date so as to win the south goal ok Sabha seat if he was given the congress ticket for the south goa loksabha seat

It may be noted that the former pwd minister who had been openly blaming the former chief minister digambar kamat for the downfall of the alemao’s in the last assembly elections has been hoping to vie for the congress ticket for the south goal lokSabha seat for which even the present south goa mp Francisco sardinha and curtorim mla reginaldo lourenco is considered to be in the race ….

Speaking to goanreporter the former pwd minister Churchill alemao said he still had peoples powers along with him where he could gather 3000 to 4000 voters in any of the state constituency till date and therefore it was up to the congress high command to decide on who should be given ticket of the south goa lok Sabha seat for the upcoming lok Sabha elections

Churchill hoped that the recently appointed goa desk inchrage of the state congress party digvijay singh would not listen to those who were trying to butter mr singh with their political tactics while mr singh would tried to revamp the state congress party

Commenting over the last state assembly elections Churchill said that though the goan voters had stood behind the alemao family the former chief minister digambar kamat had created a hurdle for the alemao’s due to which member’s of the alemao family had lost all the four assembly seats in south goa and the state congress party had also been finished off in the state

Stating that the former chief minister digambar kamat and the present chief minister manohar parrikar were two sides of the same coin Churchill also stated that the issue of mining had gone off as chief minister parrikar was least bothered about it …

 

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