Whilst many surprises are expected when the votes are counted on March 10th, it is amusing to witness the desperate jostling and lobbying tactics that have already started for the Chief Minister’s Chair. In what was another mockery, Pramod Sawant was distributing cabinet berths during the election campaign itself. All this only demonstrates how anxious our politicians are to grab Power, and only reaffirms what we all already know, that politics is no longer a mission but a ruthless business venture.
The people of Goa will not spare any of the elected MLAs attempting to defect this time around. Stealing the peoples’ mandate should never ever be allowed again.
There is widespread anger and resentment against the BJP and more particularly Chief Minister Pramod Sawant. All this will be reflected when the votes are counted.
In his last days in office Pramod Sawant should endeavour to at least leave the State free of potholes for the next government who would have a harrowing task grappling with empty state officers.
For the ego puffed Pramod Sawant who has been so obsessed zooming across with three police escort jeeps and a dozen official bodyguards it will be a sea of change on March 10th. Atam Bhivpachi garoz asa?