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Advani to kick off BJPs Goa poll campaign

The Bharatiya Janata Party, under the leadership of Lal Krishna Advani, will launch its campaign for forthcoming Assembly elections in Goa today.

Panaji, May 21 : The Bharatiya Janata Party, under the leadership of Lal Krishna Advani, will launch its campaign for forthcoming Assembly elections in Goa today.

The BJP, which is going into the polls sans an alliance, has fielded 33 candidates for the 40-seat State Assembly. The party, however, will support independent candidate Nirmala Sawant in the Cumbharjua constituency.

"We have also decided to support Mathany Saldanha, a United Goans Democratic Party (UGDP) candidate who stood by the party during the political crisis in 2005," senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu told reporters here.

The party would like to form the government on its own, he added.

Naidu appealed to the electorate of the state to compare what Goa had got when there was a BJP-led government at the Centre and in the state, and what is happening when the Congress is in power in both.

"It is a choice between a stable government of the BJP versus a Congress government comprising of manipulators," Naidu said.

The BJP was in power in the state till February 2005. The party won 17 seats during 2002 Assembly elections.

Assembly polls in the state are slated for June 2.

ANI

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