A day after the BJP gained bypolls to 3 out of the 4 meeting seats, Goa Suraksha Manch (GSM) mentor Subhash Velignkar has mentioned that voters appear to have endorsed “criminal and immoral behaviour” of politicians.
Velingkar, a former chief of Goa RSS, himself misplaced from Panaji constituency to Congress’ Atanasio Monseratte, who’s dealing with rape fees.
The constituency fell vacant following the dying of chief minister Manohar Parrikar in March this yr.
Byelections to Mandrem and Shiroda had been necessitated as a consequence of defection of sitting Congress MLAs to the BJP final yr, whereas Mapusa went to polls as a consequence of dying of BJP MLA Francis D’Souza.
On Thursday, the ruling BJP gained Mandrem, Mapusa and Shiroda seats however misplaced Panaji to the Congress. “The election outcomes ought to fear the society as
issues like immorality and felony antecedents that are barred in politics are endorsed by voters. We’re additionally involved with such a pattern,” Velingkar advised reporters Friday.
He mentioned, “We are now wondering whether the society has started endorsing immoral politics? Then it is a thing to worry about”.
Velingkar, as soon as the mentor of late Parrikar, was polled solely 560 votes within the byelection. Different GSM candidates too fared badly in Mandrem and Mapusa.