‘Hung Assembly’ Threat in Goa & U’khand, Sawant Meets PM in Delhi, BJP Gen Secy in Huddle in Doon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and state BJP President Sadanand Tanawde on Tuesday. The conference was called after exit poll results released on Monday showed the Bharatiya Janata Party with a tiny lead in the state, prompting discussion about possible post-election possibilities. Devendra Fadnavis will meet with Goa BJP candidates and other state leaders this EVENING at the Garware Club House in Mumbai, according to reports. Sawant told the media after the meeting that the BJP would form the government in Goa with a “full majority.” “We’ll probably get 20 or more seats.” In addition, if necessary, we will enlist the help of independents. People voted for us because of the development that the BJP government has brought about,” he explained. The chief minister stated that he and the prime minister had discussed the present political situation and government formation. Meanwhile, BJP leaders and strategists in Uttarakhand began debating different post-election scenarios that could arise in the state following the release of the Uttarakhand exit poll findings. Senior leaders of both the saffron party and the Opposition Congress were conducting closed-door discussions in Dehradun, sources informed CNN-News18, the day after several exit polls failed to give a clear picture of the Uttarakhand assembly election result. Kailash Vijayvargiya, the BJP’s general secretary, and Prahlad Joshi, the union minister in charge of Uttarakhand, have already arrived in Doon and are having meetings. According to sources, the BJP is in contact with independent candidates and other parties that have a higher chance of winning in the case of a hung assembly. Deependra Singh Hooda, a Congress MP and special observer, arrived at the state capital. He is speaking with state officials such as Harish Rawat and senior leader Pritam Singh.

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