TDN World Desk: On the very day of Uddhav Thackeray’s swearing-in as Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Sena leader Sanjay Raut predicted another major setback for BJP. On Friday he said that a political ‘mirracle’ can happen in Goa also.

“At least 4 MLAs, including those with GFP (Goa Forward Party) President Vijay Sardesai, are in contact with Shiv Sena. I have also spoken with Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party chief Sudhin Dhavlikar. A few other MLAs who are supporting the Goa government are in touch,” Raut said.

He added: “The Goa government was installed unethically… We plan to form a separate front in that state with various parties, including Congress…There will be big political churning there and we are hopeful that there could be a ”miracle” soon in Goa also.”

Forme deputy Chief Minister of Goa, Vijai Sardesai also spoke in the tone of Sena leader Sanjay Raut. Ascertaining possibility of the fall of BJP government in Goa he told media, “we will try to do a repeat of Maharashtra in Goa”.

“We are a regional party… Our opinion is that what has happened in Maharashtra should be emulated elsewhere in India. We shall tie up with Shiv Sena, NCP and other parties to form a powerful front,” Sardesai added.

A day before Raut’s statement, In Assam, former Chief minister Tarun Gogoi said, ” BJP’s bad days have started and their popularity is shrinking and is going down because of their misdeeds.”