Did the leadership falter? - Dy CM asks bluntly

GOANEWS DESK, PANAJI | 20 March 2015 23:19 IST

aaaaaaaDeputy Chief Minister Francisco D’Souza felt the Bharatiya Janata Party also needs to examine whether the leadership faltered for such a debacle of the party in the Zilla Panchayat elections.

Talking to a group of media persons today evening after the result, D’Souza said the verdict should be analysed from all the angles, including if there are some faults of the part of the leadership.

“This is not a verdict to be neglected”, felt D’Souza.

When pointed out, he also did not brush aside the comment of Babush Monseratte that Manohar Parrikar going to Delhi was also one of the causes.

“There is merit in the argument. We simply cannot dismiss it”, opined the deputy chief minister.

According to him, this feeling is equally strong among the party cadres and the party needs to overcome it.

The party needs to think of every possible angle and strengthen the organisation to face the Assembly election in next two years, he added. 

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It is indeed time to introspect, but will not help much.

- Jaret de Silva, Chandor | 23 rd March 2015 03:06

 

BJP is in power only for Ghar Wapsi and Love Jihad. They have no development plan. BJP want to divide Christians and Muslims against Hindus. I want to ask my Hindu brothers, How India will progress without Muslims and Christians? How BJP can keep good relations with Christian and Muslim Countries? India will go in the Black and White era without the support of Muslim and Christian Countries. It needs support of Arab, Gulf, Western and European Countries. BJP want to ban Beef but they have no problem with the Matka (Gambling).

- Mathew Dias, Goa | 22 nd March 2015 22:29

 

Certainly right. Now the Congress spokespersons of Goa should immediately ask for resignation of Narendra Modi. I am waiting for such demand.

- Madhav Bastodker, Ponda | 22 nd March 2015 07:11

 

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