AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh blames its party leaders for Goa defeat

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AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh: Despite being appeared as a major party in Goa assembly polls, Congress failed to form its government in the state due to its own party leaders, said AICC General Secretary Digvijaya Singh today. He blamed his own party leaders for taking lightly his proposal for a pre-poll alliance with Goa Forward.

AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh blames its party leaders for Goa defeat

I had proposed a secular alliance with regional party, says Digvijaya

He said had the alliance with Goa Forward gone through, the congress would have got majority in the state and that it was unfair to now make him a villain.
“As a strategy I had proposed a secular alliance with regional party headed by Babush Monserratte and Goa Forward headed by Vijai Sardesai,” Singh said in a series of tweets.

“Our alliance with Babush went through and we won 3 out of 5 but our alliance with Goa Forward was sabotaged by our own leaders. Sad!” he said.
“Goa Forward won 3 out of 4 (seats) they contested. Had our alliance with Goa Forward gone through we would have been 22,” he said in another tweet.

“Still Digvijaya guilty? I leave it to you to judge,” the senior Congress leader said.
“Congress was blamed for being late in deciding its Leader. BJP yet to decide leader in UP and Uttarakhand. Results came on 11th evening,” Digvijaya said.
“In Manipur there was a sitting Chief Minister in Goa 4 Ex CM got elected as MLAs but we chose the leader on 12th,” Singh said defending himself.

“Letter to Governor goes after the leader is chosen, which we did but the Governor took the decision before that,” he said.

AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh blames its party leaders for Goa defeat

 

AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh: Unfair to make him a “villain” in the present situation: Digvijaya

Singh said that when took over as incharge of the party in Goa, the organisation was in a “disarray.”

“When I and Chella Kumar (AICC Secretary) took charge of Goa in 2013 out of 9 Congress MLAs only six were active (and) the whole organisation was in a disarray,” he said.
“Even Congress Leaders were predicting 2-4 seats (in Goa polls) for Congress,” he said in another tweet.
Singh said it was unfair to make him a “villain” in the present situation.
Without taking any name, he said, “A senior Hindi TV Journalist who has a flat in Goa and who was very active for Congress in 2012 election predicted a clean sweep for AAP.”

“And that too as late as January 2017. AAP reduced to zero, BJP came down from 22 to 13 and yet Digvijaya is a villain! Unfair!” he said.

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