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Public Meeting in Panjim, Goa
Written by Administrator   
May 10, 2007 at 11:20 AM
Lok Paritran will be holding a public meeting on the 12th of May in order to engage the people of Goa in a discussion of Lok Paritran and its place in Goan politics. This will be the first open public meeting addressed by the National President Shri. Tanmay Rajpurohit in Goa. In addition, delegates of Lok Paritran from Karnataka, New Delhi and Uttar Pradesh will participate in the proceedings. The objective of the meeting is to introduce LP to the people of Goa and our participation in the Assembly elections to be held on the 2nd of June, 2007.
The public meeting will be held at
Azad Maidan, City of Panjim, Goa
Saturday, May 12th, 2007
4:30 pm.  

All are welcome to attend.  
Last Updated ( May 10, 2007 at 11:27 AM )
Lok Paritran marches into Goa
Written by Administrator   
May 10, 2007 at 11:08 AM
The triumphant entry of Lok Paritran into Goan politics has been marked by the warm reception given to National President Shri. Tanmay Rajpurohit by the media.  "For many years Goa has experienced a tumultous political system.  No party has been able to hold its position for a full term, let alone make a longer-term impact.  We are here to let the Goan public know that they do have a choice.  We will battle to the extent that we can to ensure a better government here in Goa".  

To prove that these are not merely brash words, in an unprecedented move, Lok Paritran has mobilised its resources from all over the country and is all set to launch the revolution in Goa.  Representatives and party workers from Karnataka, New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu are congregating in Panjim to kick off Lok Paritran's campaign in Goa.  We invite people all over the country, and in Goa in particular, to join us and swell the ranks of this movement.  
Last Updated ( May 10, 2007 at 11:12 AM )
Lok Paritran President is visiting Goa
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May 03, 2007 at 01:41 AM

Lok Paritran President, Shri. Tanmay Rajpurohit, is visiting Goa in order to kick off LP, Goa's campaign and activities for the forthcoming Legislative Assembly election on the 2nd of June. Having finished a successful campaign in Uttar Pradesh, Shri. Tanmay said he was looking forward to meeting the LP team in Goa.

Goa has a unicameral legislature with one Legislative Assembly which has 40 seats. The largest parties are the Congress and the BJP. Asked about the upcoming battle against the Big Two, Shri. Rajpurohit said, “Goa has an informed and progressive electorate. The absence of a ruling regional party indicates that the voters are able to look beyond caste and sectarian divisions and take an active and intelligent interest in the affairs of the nation as well as their state. LP looks forward to gaining a foothold in Goa from which it can develop and grow”. Though Goa has had stable governments until 1990, it has experienced significant political turmoil since then, and has gone through fourteen governments in the 15-year period till 2005. In a situation where neither National party has a clear stranglehold a new party like Lok Paritran could prove pivotal.

Lok Paritran is looking for courageous and enthusiastic individuals who are interested in standing for election in Goa. Please contact us at 92144-02172. As always, we welcome anyone who wants to contribute in any way to the movement.

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