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Panaji: Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant on Monday asked the authorities to act against the stickers pasted by political parties defacing the properties calling it as “banner pollution.”

Sawant accused Aam Aadmi Party and Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) of pasting stickers on public and private properties.

The chief minister tweeted “One of the key differences Goa is witnessing in this election is the Banner Pollution started b @ArvindKejriwal and @MamataOfficial ‘s political parties. Pasting stickers on Public and Private property is blatant disregard for authorities as well as Goa’s beauty.”

“Some of them are already facing complaints for defacement of public property. I have asked the authorities to deal with such menace strictly. I am confident that Goans will reject such forces in the upcoming elections,” he said in another tweet.

The elections for Goa legislative Assembly is scheduled in February, 2022.

AAP and TMC has already announced their foray in the polls. While AAP will be contesting alone, TMC has declared its pre-poll alliance with Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party.

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Panaji: Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant on Monday asked the authorities to act against the stickers pasted by political parties defacing the properties calling it as “banner pollution.”

Sawant accused Aam Aadmi Party and Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) of pasting stickers on public and private properties.

The chief minister tweeted “One of the key differences Goa is witnessing in this election is the Banner Pollution started b @ArvindKejriwal and @MamataOfficial ‘s political parties. Pasting stickers on Public and Private property is blatant disregard for authorities as well as Goa’s beauty.”

“Some of them are already facing complaints for defacement of public property. I have asked the authorities to deal with such menace strictly. I am confident that Goans will reject such forces in the upcoming elections,” he said in another tweet.

The elections for Goa legislative Assembly is scheduled in February, 2022.

AAP and TMC has already announced their foray in the polls. While AAP will be contesting alone, TMC has declared its pre-poll alliance with Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party.

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