The Congress in Goa
Thursday claimed it will form the government in the state after the results of by-elections in four assembly constituencies are declared on May 23.
Goa Congress president Girish Chodankar
said his party will win all the four assembly seats.
"We will form the people's government in Goa after May 23. We are sure to prove our majority after the results of by-elections held in the state are announced," he told reporters here.
He said the Congress
will restore the mandate given in the 2017 Goa assembly elections which saw the Rahul Gandhi-led party emerging as the single largest political formation.
After the polls to the 40-member assembly threw a fractured mandate, the BJP had managed to form its government with support from smaller regional outfits and independents.
"The mandate was overturned by BJP and people will teach them a lesson during by-elections," he said.