Congress targets TMC for participating in Goa election

New Delhi, 26/10: In a major development, rhe Congress party targeted the Trinamool Congress for its foray into Goa, saying elections should not become “tourism” and parties need to introspect whether they are strengthening the BJP or providing it “cover fire” in the fight against the “corrupt” government in the state.


Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the Congress is determined to fight for a “transparent” government in the state, which he said is besieged by corruption, while demanding the immediate sacking of Chief Minister Pramod Sawant who is facing fresh allegations from former Goa Governor Satyapal Malik.


Following its victory in West Bengal, Trinamool Congress is attempting to expand its national imprint and has set its eye on Goa hoping to win it or at least become the biggest Opposition party. It has even poached one of the senior leaders Luizhino Faleiro, a former Chief Minister

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