Kejriwal sounds survey trumpet in Goa

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Panaji (Goa), June 28: In an offer to pitch the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as a firm contrasting option to “degenerate” Congress and the BJP in the up and coming 2017 Goa Assembly surveys, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday met the individuals from anglers group in Vasco and guaranteed his backing to them.

Kejriwal went by the place of Custodio D’souza , President, old cross angling kayak proprietors society at Khadewada, and said BJP and Congress were two sides of the same coin, including, “both sides are thoroughly degenerate.”

“What happened in Delhi will happen in Goa. Individuals have seen that BJP and Congress are two countenances of the same coin.. Prior, individuals did not have an option, but rather now they have. Also, we have seen it in Delhi.Even in Delhi we had said that we won’t let people groups’ employment influenced,” he said.

Kejriwal, who was seen wearing a crown of blooms while connecting with the anglers, let them know that they would be genuine chiefs if AAP is voted to control in Goa. “Much the same as it is in Delhi,” he included.

At the point when gotten some information about his desires from AAP’s first appointive fight in Goa, Kejriwal said, “We will win 35 out of 40 seats.”

“I have come here to meet the anglers and listen to their issues. The Aam Aadmi gathering is not a gathering but rather a development against debasement. It is a development for the privileges of regular individuals. These individuals are raising issues identified with their work. They are stating that illicit digging and different issues are influencing their lives,” Kejriwal told media here.

The present term of the Goa Legislative Assembly closes on March 18, 2017. It is normal that the Election Commission calendar may report the timetable of surveys by January 2017.

The last decision had brought about a 21 seat lion’s share to the Bharatiya Janata Party drove by Manohar Parrikar.

Parrikar was chosen as the Chief Minister, nonetheless, in 2014, he needed to leave due to being selected as Minister of Defense. Laxmikant Parsekar then took pledge as Chief Minister as Parrikar’s successor.