Chidambaram accuses BJP of ''stealing'' elections in Goa, Manipur

Chidambaram accuses BJP of ''stealing'' elections in Goa, Manipur

Similarly, senior leader and Curtorim legislator Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco said that the people wanted the Congress to form the government but party leaders miserably failed to honour the verdict. Goa yet again delivered a fractured mandate.

While the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) emerged victorious with one seat and the independent candidates won three constituencies.

Governor Heptulla is likely to invite the BJP leaders to form the government.

"I have not received, till today, any resignation letter from the Chief Minister, though yesterday I told him that the process of formation of the government will begin once he resigns", Heptullah told reporters. This changed the number game dramatically for the Congress.

The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, BJP's coalition partner which parted ways with it before the polls, was also upset with Parsekar being on their turf in North Goa. NPP won 4 seats and LGP 1. Gadkari and MGP leader Ramkrishna "Sudin" Dhavalikar are supposed to enjoy close proximity. He had refused to resign saying that the Congress has majority to form government.

The party leader said BJP in different states have different strategies and at the end of the day, it is the central leadership which finally decides on the strategy.

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The Naga People's Front (NPF) will support any non-Congress party to form the new government in Manipur, an NPF official said on Sunday. He also added that it was "incompetent" on the part of the governor.

Gadkari landed in Goa on Saturday night.

The Congress swept to victory in Punjab, seemingly on Captain Amarinder Singh's strong persona and a promise to wipe out the drug menace from the state.

His comments came as the Bharatiya Janata Party was all set to win power in the country's most populated state, leading in over 300 seats in the 403-member Uttar Pradesh assembly.

While he was being seen as the CM candidate of the party during the campaigning as well, but the party had not formally announced it. The grand-old party held a meeting of the legislature party at the Chief Minister's office where 27 MLAs were present.