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Congress suffers setback in Goa; Former chief minister reportedly leaves party and joins Trinamool

Panaji: Former Goa Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Lucinho Falero is reportedly preparing to leave the party. It is reported that Lucinho Falero is preparing to leave the Congress and join the Trinamool. Falero resigned as MLA during the debate. The senior leader said he would not give up on Congress ideas.

Lucino Falero, a Congress MLA from Navelim constituency, submitted his resignation to Goa Assembly Speaker Rajesh Patnaik. The move by the senior leader in Goa, where assembly elections are scheduled for next year, is expected to be a major setback for the Congress.

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The speaker told the Times of India that he had accepted Falero’s resignation. Falero’s response was that he would not leave Congress and would remain in the Congress family. He said the MLA had resigned to work to build the Congress family in the state and the country.

Falero says the Congress does not belong to anyone but a movement led by Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. The former Goa chief minister said the Congress family was divided today. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has a Congress party. He said there was also a Congress led by YSR Congress and NCP leader Sharad Pawar.

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“I have not left Congress. I will love Congress philosophy, Congress ideology, Congress principles and Congress programs, ”he added. Falero has long represented the Navelim constituency. He also served as the Chief Minister of Goa. The senior leader’s dramatic moves come as the Congress seeks to return to power in the state next year.

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