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Congress releases its manifesto for Goa polls

The Congress party released its manifesto for the forthcoming Assembly polls in Goa here today, promising to give a responsive and responsible government if elected.

Panaji, May 21 : The Congress party released its manifesto for the forthcoming Assembly polls in Goa here today, promising to give a responsive and responsible government if elected.

The manifesto appeals to the people of the State to vote for the Congress candidates on June 2 in order to take forward the developmental works.

Manifesto committee chairman Uday Bhembre said the people of Goa were the centre point for the party, and the poll strategy was carved out accordingly.

It further promises to preserve the culture, monuments, heritage, ecology and environment of the State.

Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology, and Ocean Development Kapil Sibal released the manifesto, which has been published in English, Konkani and Marathi.

Goa Chief Minister Pratapsingh Rane, All India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretary Margaret Alva, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) General Secretary Gurunath Kulkarni, Goa Pradesh Congress Committee President Ravi Naik were present on the occasion among others.

Polling for the 40-seat State Assembly will be held on June 2. Counting of votes will take place on June 5, with the results expected the same day.

The Election Commission has fixed June 8 as the date before which the election process will be completed.

ANI

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