In the midst of political poaching in Goa and discusses a pre-survey union, the TMC has been excited about getting Goa Forward Party (GFP) president Vijai Sardesai on board on schedule for the Assembly surveys planned for right on time one year from now, it is learnt.
The TMC declared its appearance in Goa in September, when previous boss priest and Congress veteran Luizinho Faleiro joined the party. Before very long, Independent administrator Prasad Gaonkar vowed backing to the TMC, and a few specialists of the Congress, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party and Shiv Sena just as individuals from common society joined the party.
It is discovered that the TMC is currently hoping to exploit the shudder it has made by getting Sardesai on board.Sardesai, earlier with the Congress, is a repelled partner of the BJP. His party has three MLAs in the 40-part Assembly.
In July, Sardesai had said that the Congress had consented to an “on a fundamental level” partnership with the GFP, yet has since been continued to hang. Recently, he alluded to that, saying, “If the main resistance would not like to do it (unite resistance groups), we will start to lead the pack… ” In a sign that the GFP might be looking towards the TMC for a potential collusion, Sardesai had said, “Ladies’ cooperation can truly take the state and the nation forward. This is found in Kolkata. Be that as it may, for this, we really wanted road warriors.”
Sardesai as of late had a gathering with political specialist Prashant Kishor, and sources said he might be offered the situation of TMC’s Goa president and potentially even be the boss clerical competitor.
TMC boss Mamata Banerjee is relied upon to show up in Goa on October 28. Sardesai, sources said, is as yet pondering over the conceivable outcomes and is probably going to take a choice in the coming week. Up until now, no gathering has been arranged among him and Banerjee.The choice, be that as it may, may not be a simple one for Sardesai. Sources said the GFP unit isn’t happy with the possibility of the party’s “consolidation” with the TMC and have voiced worry over it seeming like an “procurement” of the party, which may not agree with their citizens.