On the night before Goa's new BJP-led government goes for a trust vote, Congress' Goa-In-Charge Digvijaya Singh rejected charges that the top leadership had dragged its feet on forging alliances after a hung verdict. "There was no delay in picking our leader in the state," he said. Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi was "closely monitoring" the developments on the night of March 11. While the Congress says Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar will be defeated in the floor test slated tomorrow, the BJP claims it has the numbers to prove majority. On The Election Centre, we discuss if tomorrow's trust vote will be a safe bet for the newly sworn-in Goa CM? And, can Manohar Parrikar keep the flock together?