Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Occasion (MGP) president Deepak Dhavalikar on Wednesday ruled out a pre-poll alliance with the BJP for the 2022 Goa legislative Assembly elections. Addressing a press meeting, Dhavalikar stated the party is open up to a pre-poll alliance with other like-minded opposition events in the state.
”The MGP has made a decision to adopt the coverage of ’ekla chalo re’. But if time will come, we may possibly have a pre-poll alliance with other like-minded opposition functions, but not with the BJP,” the MGP main said. The social gathering has resolved to fight the impending Assembly polls with its full may, he reported.
Dhavalikar alleged that some leaders in the BJP and many others, who are opposed to the MGP, have been hoping to exhibit that the party has split. ”A wrong impression is currently being projected. There is no split in the MGP. We are performing unitedly and conclusions are taken soon after getting absolutely everyone into self confidence,” he reported.
The MGP experienced received on 3 seats in the course of the 2017 Assembly election, of which two MLAs still left the party to be a part of the BJP. Dhavalikar mentioned the ruling social gathering is currently being unjust, as the Speaker of Goa Assembly is not even thinking of the disqualification petition submitted in opposition to the MLAs who stop the MGP.