11.64 lakh registered voters will select their next CM face as the Goa Assembly Elections began and is underway for the 40 Assembly seats in Goa on Monday, February 14, with a 26.63 percent voter turnout till 11 a.m.
The news: 301 candidates in which 26 women candidates are in the fray for the 40 Assembly seats, election officials said.
- Meanwhile, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said he was confident that the BJP would win 22+ seats.
- Aam Aadmi Party’s Goa Chief Minister candidate Amit Palekar cast his vote in the Goa Assembly elections on Monday and said that this is the moment to bring a change.
- He was accompanied by his mother.
- Palekar said, “People are voting enthusiastically to defeat corruption, we will witness a sea-change. Let’s wait for March 10 results.”