The Aam Adami Party (AAP) in Goa on Monday joined nationwide protests held against the central government led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
In Goa, numerous workers of the party gathered at Azad Maidan in state capital under the leadership of State Convenor Elvis Gomes and decried the ‘continuous harassment of the Delhi Govt by the Centre’.
Addressing the party workers, Gomes alleged that Modi Government had still not been able to digest its stunning 67-3 defeat in 2015 at the hands of Arvind Kejriwal, and was hell-bent to decimate the rise of the AAP in Delhi as well as other parts of the country.
State Secretary Pradeep Padgaonkar alleged that the Modi Government, with its vindictive actions against AAP in the past three years, had returned the country to the ‘British Raj’, where totalitarianism was the rule of the day.
Former state convener Valmiki Naik alleged that fabricated cases were being registered against AAP MLAs to try and ensnare them in controversies.
AAP leader Pradip Ghadi Amonkar alleged that the central government had failed to implement the reforms in education and health sector which received applause for the western countries.
He claimed that both BJP and Congress were haunting the AAP in Delhi.
AAP workers raised slogans in support of Arvind Kejriwal and AAP Govt, claiming that the only crime committed by AAP was to be an honest party that was working diligently for the common man and refusing to compromise with a well-oiled corrupt system.