Panaji, Sep 20 (IANS) Cuncolim voting public MLA Yuri Alemao has been named as the head of Congress Lawmaking body Party in Goa.
A letter endorsed by AICC General Secretary K.C. Venugopal said that Congress President has delegated Yuri Alemao as the head of Congress Lawmaking body Party (CLP), Goa, with prompt impact.
Yuri Alemao is the child of previous Priest Joaquim Alemao and nephew of previous Boss Clergyman of Goa Churchill Alemao.
The CLP pioneer post fell empty after Congress had taken out Michael Lobo from the post in July charging he was the person who brought forth a trick alongside previous Boss Clergyman Digambar Kamat by fraternizing with the BJP to part the Congress MLAs.
On September 14, previous Boss Priest Digambar Kamat, Michael Lobo, Delilah Lobo, Kedar Naik, Sankalp Amonkar, Rajesh Faldesai, Aleixo Sequeira and Rudolf Fernandes blended the Congress party into the BJP, decreasing Congress to three MLA’s in the 40-part Gathering.
MLA Yuri Alemao, MLA Altone D’Costa and MLA Carlos Alvares Ferreira liked to remain in the Congress.
The eight MLAs, who have joined the BJP had made their most memorable endeavor to join the saffron party on July 10. In any case, they had not succeeded then, at that point.
In any event, during Ganesh Chaturthi celebration in August they attempted once more to make the quantity of eight MLAs, two-third, to stay away from activity under the counter surrender regulation. Notwithstanding, they bombed the subsequent time, however on September 14 they succeeded and converged into the BJP in their third endeavor.
Dinesh Gundu Rao, on July 10, responding to the primary endeavor, had gone after the BJP for purportedly offering cash to the MLAs to part.
“Large numbers of our MLAs were offered tremendous measures of cash to switch parties. I can’t communicate, I’m stunned about how much cash the BJP proposed to them,” he further said.
Indeed, even Goa Congress previous Boss Girish Chodankar had said that BJP’s industrialist companions, mine proprietors and coal mafias were offering Rs 30 to 40 crore to the Congress MLAs to abandon.
Notwithstanding, the BJP pioneers and those MLAs, who have joined as of late, have disproved the claims by Congress.