Deshprabhu, a veteran congress leader had left the party in 2009 parliamentary election to contest on NCP ticket.
He had lost to BJP’s Sripad Naik in North Goa constituency. The former legislator ran into controversy recently after he was arrested in illegal mining scam.
After spending more than 15 days in police custody, he was granted bail.
Shirodkar said Deshprabhu’s alleged involvement in the mining scam will not have any impact on the party.
“The matter is being investigated and let the law take its own course,” he said.
The GPCC President also said the party will take a stand on tickets to Muslims and scheduled caste community within 8 days.