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Panaji: The Congress in Goa on Tuesday announced that they are getting set for the next Assembly election by reorganizing the party in the state during coming days.

Goa Pradesh Congress Committee President Girish Chodankar in presence of Leader of Opposition Digambar Kamat told reporters that the party will organize itself in the days to come to face the upcoming assembly election.

The elections in Goa are scheduled in the year 2022.

Chodankar appealed all the like-minded people, including NGOs, who are against the BJP to join Congress party.

“We are getting good support from the people. The kind of response that we get for the agitations against the government is overwhelming. That indicates the mood of the people,” the Congress leader said.

He said that the party office bearers would be spending more time in their respective assembly constituencies now onwards. Chodankar said that he along with Kamat would be monitoring the happenings at each of the block level.

The congress leader also announced that the public agitations by the party against the hike in electricity bill stands withdrawn for next ten days considering the COVID-19 situation in the state.

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