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Big blow to Congress in Goa! Former CM Luizinho Faleiro quits party; Speculation to join TMC

Congress has suffered a major setback in Goa. Former Goa Chief Minister and Congress leader Luizinho Faleiro has resigned from the party.

Congress has suffered a major setback in Goa. Former Goa Chief Minister and Congress leader Luizinho Faleiro (Luizinho Faleiro) has resigned from the party. Luizinho Faleiro to party President Sonia Gandhi (Sonia Gandhi) He wrote in his resignation letter that he now sees neither any hope nor any will to stop the fall of the party. He also said that Congress is “not the same party for which we sacrificed and fought”.Also Read – Bharat Bandh Today: Roads Jam-Trains Canceled, Punjab Farmer Dies at Kundli Border, LIve Updates

According to media reports, 70-year-old Luizinho Faleiro’s Mamta Banerjee (Mamata Banerjee) There is talk of joining the party Trinamool Congress (TMC). Such speculations are being made because he praised Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Luizinho Faleiro said, ‘Mamata Banerjee has given a tough competition to Narendra Modi. Mamata’s formula has won in Bengal. Also Read – Bharat Bandh: ‘Bharat Bandh’ of farmers on Monday, Congress made this appeal to its workers and leaders

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Earlier, former Goa Chief Minister and Congress leader Luizinho Faleiro resigned from the state assembly membership. Minutes before resigning, he praised West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee and said the country needs a leader like her to take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Luizinho Faleiro was an MLA from the Navelim assembly seat. He was made the head of the campaign committee of the Goa Congress in view of the state elections to be held next year. With the resignation of Luizinho Faleiro, the strength of Congress legislators in the 40-member house has come down to four. The Congress had won 17 seats in the 2017 state assembly elections, but several MLAs later resigned from the party. In July 2019, 10 MLAs left the party and joined the ruling BJP.

(Input: ANI, Language)

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