Goa Trinamool Congress today welcomed yet another firebrand leader – former Congress leader and former Councillor-Chairperson of Cuncolim Municipal Council Smt Anjela Luis into the party fold. The event was presided over by Goa TMC leaders Smt Swati Kerkar, Shri Mario Pinto, and TMC Media in-charge Shri Om Prakash Mishra.
At the joining event, held at the TMC party office in Panjim, Smt Anjela Luis noted, “I joined Goa TMC because people don’t trust the Congress anymore, given that they have repeatedly failed to perform and bring about any development in Goa.”
Commenting on the dedicated efforts of the party, she further added, “I am inspired by the leadership and commitment of AITC Chairperson Smt Mamata Banerjee and Dr. Jorson in the way they have shown towards the people of Goa.”
Extending a warm welcome to Smt Anjela Luis, Shri Mario Pinto said, “Her joining strengthens our base in Cuncolim. TMC is a woman-led party and with another firebrand woman leader like her in our fray, we are well on our way towards the ‘New Dawn’ we have promised Goenkars.”
Extending a warm welcome to the newest member, Smt Swati Kerkar commented, “‘Following the footsteps of Didi, Goa TMC is encouraging more women to join the party, making space for representative politics in its truest sense. I am delighted to welcome Smt Anjela Luis into our family.”
Echoing similar sentiments, Shri Om Prakash Mishra noted that the people who are joining the TMC in Goa are either grassroots political activists or are associated with community development programs. He further added that TMC’s outreach has majorly involved visiting all villages from the most developed to the remotest parts of the state. “This is based on the premise of reaching out to the people and charting out a framework of a welfare state which is going to deliver directly in order to empower people and improve lives.”
Goa Trinamool Congress wholeheartedly welcomes Smt Anjela Luis into the TMC family. The party looks forward to collaborating and diligently working to help usher in a ‘New Dawn’ in Goa.