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Panaji: After accusing IPAC of abandoning the candidates, TMC Goa chief Kiran Kandolkar on Tuesday took a complete different stand.
Talking to reporters Kandolkar claimed that the news about his resignation was planted by the members of opposition parties and he never wanted to resign.
He also went on to add that the person who has never won Panchayat of Municipal election was behind such rumours.
When asked about IPAC, Kandolkar said that Prashant Kishor led agency has done tremendously good job of percolating the TMC symbol to each household in a short tenure of four months.
Kandolkar said that he has no reason to complain against IPAC as he had not appointed them. He also said that he would be continuing in the party and the post and there is no reason for him to quit.
Interestingly, Kandolkar’s statement is in sharp contradiction to his earlier stand that IPAC had abandoned TMC candidates after the elections.
On Monday, kandolkar had told reporters that he was upset with IPAC and his workers had advised him to quit from the post of state chief of the party.

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Panaji: After accusing IPAC of abandoning the candidates, TMC Goa chief Kiran Kandolkar on Tuesday took a complete different stand.
Talking to reporters Kandolkar claimed that the news about his resignation was planted by the members of opposition parties and he never wanted to resign.
He also went on to add that the person who has never won Panchayat of Municipal election was behind such rumours.
When asked about IPAC, Kandolkar said that Prashant Kishor led agency has done tremendously good job of percolating the TMC symbol to each household in a short tenure of four months.
Kandolkar said that he has no reason to complain against IPAC as he had not appointed them. He also said that he would be continuing in the party and the post and there is no reason for him to quit.
Interestingly, Kandolkar’s statement is in sharp contradiction to his earlier stand that IPAC had abandoned TMC candidates after the elections.
On Monday, kandolkar had told reporters that he was upset with IPAC and his workers had advised him to quit from the post of state chief of the party.

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