BJP struggling to pacify allies in Goa coalition Govt

MINT, MUMBAI | 28 April 2017 21:16 IST

Smart politics and midnight manoeuvring helped the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) install its government in Goa in March even after voters reduced its strength in the assembly from 21 to 13 seats.

But a month-and-a-half after Manohar Parrikar resigned as defence minister to return to Goa as chief minister for a fourth term, the BJP government is increasingly finding itself at the mercy of those very smaller parties and independents who helped it form a coalition government.

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Being AAP just less than 5 Years, it has defeated more than 50 Years Parties.

AAP won 67 Seats in Delhi,

AAP won 48 Seats in MCD,

AAP became the main opposition in Punjab

AAP got 6% vote share in Goa.

This is a great achievement for AAP, which never any political party got.

This means AAP is on the right track and will reach its destination very soon to make India a Corruption Free Country.

- Jack De Goan, Goa | 29 th April 2017 19:28


nice article , but your headline is not so good. Don't say struggling, say BJP is doing it right finally. I wish and hope that it stays this way - vigil within the cabinet which Congress was never able to do due to xyz reasons. There is nothing wrong in what has happened, so don't term it as STRUGGLE

- John, kepem | 29 th April 2017 16:09


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