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Before the Goa assembly elections, the former minister left the BJP, said – the party has forgotten the principles

Former state forest minister and sitting BJP MLA Alina Saldanha on Thursday accused the management within the state of forgetting social gathering ideas and resigned as an MLA. He submitted his resignation to the Speaker Rajesh Patnekar. Saldanha is the primary BJP MLA from the state meeting to take action.

He mentioned, “I have resigned and I have resigned for valid reasons. I have resigned because of the party in which Late Mathani Saldanha had joined and after his death I have stepped in his place. It seems that The party has forgotten all its principles and the state is in disarray. No one knows who is coming into the party, nobody knows who is leaving the party.”

Alina was elected to the state meeting in 2012 from the Courtalim meeting constituency, changing her husband and famous environmentalist Mathani, who handed away that yr. He was serving as BJP MLA and Tourism Minister. “If I am here today, it is because of late Mathani Saldanha (MS), who passed away due to a heart attack. He worked hard as a BJP MLA,” he mentioned.

Requested if she was resigning because the BJP has not assured her a ticket to contest the meeting elections for the Courtalim constituency, Saldanha mentioned: “I don’t know. The party hasn’t informed me yet. I have heard a lot, but the party has not informed me.”

Commenting on speculations a few potential entry into the Aam Aadmi Party, Saldanha mentioned he has not but taken any resolution on his instant political future. “I have not taken any decision. There are many parties in touch. I will not do anything in haste. I will consult the people of my constituency and I will take a decision accordingly,” she mentioned.


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