Will Ask Sharad Pawar On Anti-BJP Goa Alliance: Maharashtra Sena Minister


Deepak Kesarkar says Shiv Sena is expected to win “two to three seats” in Assembly polls (File)


Shiv Sena main leader Deepak Kesarkar said on Sunday that PCN Supreme Leader Sharad Pawar would be called upon to help opposition parties in Goa form an anti-BJP alliance like Maha Vikas Aghadi in Maharashtra.

Maharashtra government minister Kesarkar, formed by the Sena-NCP-Congress, said the BJP was eliminating regional parties and like-minded groups to come together to stop this attack and “prevent secular votes from happening. divide in Goa “.


Mr Kesarkar said the Shiv Sena was accepted in North Goa, which is closer to Sindhudurg in Maharashtra, and that the party expected to win “two to three seats” in the scheduled Assembly elections in Goa in 2022.


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