Jaitley flags off BJP's Jansampark Yatra

PTI, PANAJI | 16 January 2012 21:48 IST

Parrikar leads Jansampark Yatra

The BJP today launched their fortnight-long 'Jana Sampark Abhiyaan' in the state.

 

BJP Rajya Sabha Leader of Opposition Arun Jaitley flagged off the campaign from the historic Azad Maidan in Panaji.

It will cover 35 constituencies.

Leader of Opposition in Goa Assembly, Manohar Parrikar would be leading the campaign.

"The Congress government's misadventures have helped BJP in the coming elections," he said.

According to Jaitley, the double anti-incumbency at Centre and state will work against the Congress.

Jaitley said the BJP has provided a clear alternative for people, who are aspiring for better governance.

Parrikar said this election has given another chance for the people to liberate Goa from the misdeeds of Congress.

"There is an anti-Congress wave which is sweeping across the state and it will certainly be reflected in voting on March 3," he added.

BJP Goa Chief Laxmikant Parsekar said people from various sections are joining the party ahead of the elections.

"Across the state, various leaders will be joining the party in coming days," he said.

The Jana Sampark Abhiyaan is focussed at people at grassroot level and will address to their issues creating a public opinion in favour of the BJP.

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bjp national leader mr arun said if bjp comes to power in goa it will follow gujrat model. What does it mean? Is this a open threat to catholics? Does he mean if bjp comes to power churches and mosques will be burnt or razed to ground and catholics and muslims will be killed and forced to run away from goa like they did in gujrat. Churches are burned in manglore also where bjp is in power. even parrikar said he cancelled good friday holiday as cm. Where's mathani, whats his say on this.

- roque dias, panaji | 17 th January 2012 12:57

 

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