Goa To Witness 3-Cornered Contest For 40 Seats

Updated: February 02, 2017 20:52 IST
The big battle to form governments in five states is all set to kick-in with Punjab and tiny tourist state Goa voting on February 4. In Goa, 40 seats are up for grabs with Aam Aadmi Party making its debut, fielding Elvis Gomes as its Chief Ministerial candidate. While the BJP is contesting on 36 seats, Congress has fielded its candidates on 37 seats, NCP on 16 and the MGP-GSM-Shiv Sena alliance has fielded 26 candidates.
Goa Elections 2017:
PM Modi and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar during an election campaign rally at Campal, Panaji in Goa.
Goa Elections 2017:
Rajnath Singh waves at crowd during a public meeting for Assembly polls in Cuncolim in Goa.
Goa Elections 2017:
Chairperson of Goa Campaigning Committee distributing pamphlets and interacting with women voters of Marcaim constituency in Goa.
Goa Elections 2017:
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi at a public meeting in Mapusa, Goa on Monday.
Goa Elections 2017:
Huge crowd on last day of campaigning as Priyanka Chaturvedi, National Spokesperson of Congress addressing at Mapsa constituency in Goa.

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