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PANAJI: In its efforts to rejuvenate the party, MaharashtrawadiGomantak Party (MGP) president Pandurang 'Deepak' Dhavalikar said that some amendments to the party's constitution were adopted on Saturday.
Through the amendments, the 50-year-old party, is giving more powers to active members in the organisational set up. The active political members will get representation in the working committee and annual general body and a representative each from the block level committees would be part of the central committee, he said.
Formed after Goa's Liberation, MGP won the first few elections in the post-liberation era before it was defeated by the Congress. It however had lost the battle for merging Goa into Maharashtra.
PANAJI: Even though political parties in the state restrained from finding fault with the Supreme Court (SC)'s Central Empowered Committee's (CEC) interim report on illegal mining in Goa, they reiterated their demand for the resumption of mining at the earliest.
The Maharastrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) on Thursday announced the name of builder-turned-mining tycoon Dinar Tarcar as its candidate for the St Cruz constituency.
Saturday saw hectic deliberations in Goa as well as in New Delhi over getting the "right winnable candidates" for the alliance, as the MGP-BJP alliance is posing a threat to the ruling coalition.
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) on Monday announced the first list of four candidates for the next month's Goa assembly polls.
Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) has announced a list of 22 candidates for the forthcoming Goa polls.
Even as transport minister Ramkrishna 'Sudin' Dhavalikar resigned from the council of ministers on Thursday afternoon, his brother and fellow MGP MLA Pandurang disclosed plans to field 16 candidates.