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The Congress-TMC alliance during Goa Assembly elections 2022?

The Congress-TMC alliance: The political corridors of Delhi were fill with rumors that the Congress might consider

forming an alliance with Trinamool Congress in poll-bound Goa.

But the Congress has now deny assertions that it is considering a partnership with TMC.

The senior Congress chief KC Venugopal has said that no talks on an alliance with the TMC

took place in his meetings with Rahul Gandhi.

Taking the Twitter platform Venugopal, the top Congress leader, claimed the rumors

circulating that The Congress-TMC alliance could be in the works.

meeting.

READ MORE: Mamata Banerjee asks leaders to fight against BJP unitedly.

TMC was discuss during the meeting of Rahul Gandhi during the conference was

“baseless and untrue.”

“The rumor in circulation that a possible alliance with TMC was discussed by Shri Rahul

Gandhi in today’s meeting is entirely baseless & untrue.

Let me assure you that the Congress party is confident- we will put Goa back on the path

to progress soon,” Venugopal tweet.
Rahul Gandhi, who has recently return from a private trip overseas, has been contacting

people from the coastal state and has been discussing possible potential candidates

following the resignation of some MLAs in the state who resign from the BJP.

The Congress president held a meeting Tuesday evening with the Chief Secretary KC

Venugopal and Senior Observer of AICC for Goa P Chidambaram via video conferencing.

They reviewed the state of poll preparations and Congress election strategy for Goa, where

the assembly elections are scheduled to take place on February 14.

The day before, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) declared that it would not form any alliances with

Trinamool Congress for the 2022 Goa assembly elections.

Meanwhile, government officials of the BJP in Goa have lost two MLAs in fast succession on

Monday in the wake of Pravin Zantye, a sitting MLA from Mayem’s legislator’s resignation,

and resigned the party’s primary membership.

The resignation came days after the Ports Minister in the BJP-led government, Michael

Lobo, resigned as an MLA and minister of the party.

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