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Shiv Sena will contest 22 seats in Goa, Sanjay Raut said- ‘If Bengal’s TMC can fight then…’

Goa Assembly Polls 2022: Shiv Sena will contest 22 seats in Goa.

Goa Assembly Polls 2022: Shiv Sena will contest 22 seats in Goa. Shiv Sena’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut (Sanjay Raut) Said that if Kolkata’s Trinamool Congress (TMC) can contest in Goa, then why can’t Shiv Sena of neighboring Maharashtra contest? Raut also said that Shiv Sena will contest 22 out of 40 seats in the state assembly.Also Read – Mumbai: Shiv Sena leader Anandrao Adsul’s health deteriorated during ED raid, taken to hospital

“Shiv Sena will contest 22 seats,” Raut told reporters at Goa’s Dabolim International Airport. We do not want an alliance. Our organization is very strong. If Trinamool Congress can contest from Kolkata in Goa, then Maharashtra is with it. You have seen how well we have done in Maharashtra. Also Read – Maharashtra Corporation Elections: With whom will Shiv Sena tie up in the upcoming corporation elections? Sanjay Raut gave a big statement

Raut also said that if Shiv Sena comes to power, it will replicate the Maharashtra model of governance in Goa as well. Raut said, ‘The kind of work the Shiv Sena has done in Maharashtra, we will work in Goa in the same way. Shiv Sena and Goa share an emotional bond. The Shiv Sena leader also said that the party has not received any proposal of alliance from any political organization in the state, but added that during his visit to Goa he had met Goa Forward Party president Vijay Sardesai and former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) state chief. There is a program to meet Subhash Velingkar. Also Read – BJP Announces Alliance, Will Contest UP Assembly Elections Together With Apna Dal And Nishad Party

Raut said, ‘Vijay Sardesai, Velingkar is now meeting me. Old and new workers and leaders are meeting me. Despite contesting several assembly elections in the state, Shiv Sena is yet to get a single seat in any of the state assembly elections held in Goa. Elections are to be held in Goa in early 2022.

(Input: IANS)


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