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Goa Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014


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Quick facts for Goa General Elections 2014 Goa Elections History Administrative structure
Issues of the state Goa Major Political Parties Goa Demographics
List of Chief Ministers of Goa List of Governors of Goa Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Goa
Latest News And Update Party Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 PCs and ACs Elections Results of Goa
Rajya Sabha Members from Goa Cabinet Ministers of Geo

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won both the seats in Goa. The North Goa and South Goa constituencies are grabbed by BJP.
The smallest state of the country, Goa, represents two Lok Sabha seats. The present government in Goa is run by Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) alliance and Manohar Parrikar is the present Chief Minister of the state. BJP and Indian National Congress (INC) are the major political parties in the state. In 2009 elections, BJP and INC won one seat each. The past history of Lok Sabha polls in Goa have witnessed the lead by these political parties in the state only. The 2014 Lok Sabha elections saw 76.82% voter turnout in Goa. As there are only two constituencies, it was a close competition between the two parties and the new entrant Aam Aadmi Party. The surveys and the exit polls expected one seat each to BJP and INC.

Goa is the smallest state in India in terms of area (3,702 sq km) and is the 4th smallest in terms of population. However, in terms of GDP per capita, it is the richest state in India. This state shares its border with Karnataka and Maharashtra.

Quick facts for Goa General Elections 2014

Parliamentary Constituencies
2
Assembly Constituencies 40
Ruling PartyBharatiya Janata Party
Opposition PartyIndian National Congress
Chief MinisterManohar Parrikar
GovernorSmt. Margaret Alva (temporary charge)
Chief Electoral OfficerKeshav Chandra
AddressChief Electoral Office Althino Panaji Goa

Goa Elections History


  • In the 2009 Lok Sabha election, the INC won 1 seat and the BJP won 1 seat.
  • In the 2004 Lok Sabha election, the INC won 1 seat and the BJP won 1 seat.
  • In the 1999 Lok Sabha election, the BJP won 2 seats.
  • In the 1998 Lok Sabha election, the INC won 2 seats.
  • In the 1996 Lok Sabha election, the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak won 1 seat and the United Goans Democratic Party won 1 seat.
  • In the 1991 Lok Sabha election, the INC won 2 seats.
  • In the 1989 Lok Sabha election, the INC won 1 seat and the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak won 1 seat.
  • In the 1984 Lok Sabha election, the INC won 2 seats.
  • In the 1980 Lok Sabha election (including Goa and Daman & Diu), the INC(U) won 1 seat and the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak won 1 seat.
  • In the 1977 Lok Sabha election (including Goa and Daman & Diu), the INC won 1 seat and the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak won 1 seat.
  • In the 1971 Lok Sabha election (including Goa and Daman & Diu), the INC won 1 seat and the United Goans - Seqveria Group won 1 seat.
  • In the 1967 Lok Sabha election (including Goa and Daman & Diu), independents won 1 seat and the United Goans - Seqveria Group won 1 seat.

Administrative structure



The state of Goa has two seats in the Lok Sabha and one in the Rajya Sabha. The state has a unicameral legislature and the Legislative Assemby comprises of 40 members headed by the Chief Minister. Goa does not have its own judiciary. The state comes under the Bombay High Court. A bench of the High Court is present in Panaji, the capital of Goa.

Issues of the state



The issues that are of major concern to the people of Goa are drug trade and mining chaos. Another major problem is that of casinos in the state. Goa has five operational offshore casinos and nearly a dozen onshore casinos, which attract many gamblers to the state every year. The Congress promised to offer a solution to the problem of drug mafia in its election manifesto. The party also talked about the special status, solution for crisis faced by people with dual nationality, besides law and order situation.

Goa Major Political Parties



Bharatiya Janata Party

In Goa, BJP is running the ruling government, whose chief minister is Manohar Parrikar. The Goa state unit of BJP wants Manohar Parrikar to be in the union cabinet if the party assumes power at center. Parrikar is known as being close to the Prime Ministerial candidate of the party, Narendra Modi. In fact, this is the 3rd stint of Parrikar as Chief Minister of Goa. The state president of Goa BJP is Vinay Dinu Tendulkar. The party’s two wings that are very active in organizational matters are Mahila Morcha and Yuva Morcha. During 2009 General Election, the BJP won 1 seat in Goa and bagged 252,694 (44.78%) votes.

Indian National Congress
The Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) is the state unit of the Indian National Congress. Its President is former MP John Fernandes. He is perceived in his party circle as the leading voice against the proposed Mopa Airport. The committee has also named four officials who are authorised to speak with the media, and they are Atanasio Monteiro, Jitendra Deshprabhu, Manohar Azgaonkar, and Pramod Salgaocar. The Convenor of the GPCC’s media and publicity cell is Milan Burman, who will work under the direct chairmanship of John Fernandes. The INC has already started the process of nominating candidates for the upcoming 2014 Lok Sabha election. The final list of the candidates is expected to be discussed and announced by the end of February 2014. During the 2009 General Election, the INC won 1 seat in Goa and bagged 127,494 (22.6%) votes.

Goa Demographics



As per 2011 census, the population size in Goa is 1,458,545, among which 739,140 are male and 719,405 are female. Most importantly, population in rural and urban areas is 551,731 and 906,814, respectively. Around 87% of the population of Goa is literate. The sex ratio is 973, which has improved over the last decade. Most of the population (65.7%) follows the Hindu religion, followed by Christianity (26.6%), Islam (6.8%), Sikhism (0.07%), Jainism (0.06%), Buddhism (0.05%), and other religions (0.026%). The percentage of Scheduled Tribes in Goa is very less, just 0.04% of the total population. Konkani is spoken by most of the population in Goa (61%), while other languages are Marathi (19%), Kannada (7%), Hindi (5%), and Urdu (4%).


List of Chief Ministers of Goa



Sl.No.Name of Chief MinistersFromToParty
1Manohar ParrikarMar 9, 2012PresentBJP
2Digambar KamatJun 8, 2007Mar 9, 2012INC
3Pratapsing RaneJun 7, 2005Jun 8, 2007INC
4President's ruleMar 4, 2005Jun 7, 2005
5Pratapsing RaneFeb 2, 2005Mar 4, 2005INC
6Manohar ParrikarOct 24, 2000Feb 2, 2005BJP
7Francisco SardinhaNov 24, 1999Oct 24, 2000Goa People's Congress
8Luizinho FaleiroJun 9, 1999Nov 24, 1999INC
9President's ruleFeb 9, 1999Jun 9, 1999
10Luizinho FaleiroNov 26, 1998Feb 9, 1999INC
11Dr Wilfred de SouzaJul 30, 1998Nov 26, 1998Goa Rajiv Congress
12Pratapsing RaneDec 16, 1994Jul 30, 1998INC
13Dr Wilfred de SouzaApr 8, 1994Dec 16, 1994INC
14Ravi S. NaikApr 2, 1994Apr 8, 1994INC
15Dr Wilfred de SouzaMay 18, 1993Apr 2, 1994INC
16Ravi S. NaikJan 25, 1991May 18, 1993INC
17President's ruleDec 14, 1990Jan 25, 1991
18Dr. Luis Proto BarbosaApr 14, 1990Dec 14, 1990Progressive Democratic Front
19Churchill AlemaoMar 27, 1990Apr 14, 1990Progressive Democratic Front
20Pratapsingh RaneJan 16, 1980Mar 27, 1990(INC)(U)
21President's ruleApr 27, 1979Jan 16, 1980
22Shashikala KakodkarAug 12, 1973Apr 27, 1979MGP
23Dayanand BandodkarApr 5, 1967Aug 12, 1973MGP
24President's ruleDec 2, 1966Apr 5, 1967
25Dayanand BandodkarDec 20, 1963Dec 2, 1966MGP


List of Governors of Goa



S.No. Governor of Name From To
1Smt. Margaret Alva Jul 12th, 2014 (temporary charge) Present
2Bharat Vir WanchooMay 4, 2012Jul 04, 2014 (Resigned)
3Kateekal SankaranarayananAug 27, 2011May 3, 2012
4Shivinder Singh SidhuJul 22, 2008Aug 26, 2011
5S. C. JamirJul 17, 2004Jul 21, 2008
6Mohammed FazalJul 3, 2004Jul 16, 2004
7Kidar Nath SahaniOct 26, 2002Jul 2, 2004
8Mohammed FazalNov 26, 1999Oct 25, 2002
9J. F. R. JacobApr 19, 1998Nov 26, 1999
10T. R. Satish ChandranJan 16, 1998Apr 18, 1998
11P.C. AlexanderJul 19, 1996Jan 15, 1998
12Romesh BhandariJun 16, 1995Jul 18, 1996
13Gopala RamanujamAug 4, 1994Jun 15, 1995
14B. RachaiahApr 4, 1994Aug 3, 1994
15Bhanu Prakash SinghMar 18, 1991Apr 3, 1994
16Khurshed Alam KhanJul 18, 1989Mar 17, 1991
17Gopal SinghMay 30, 1987Jul 17, 1989
18Gopal SinghSep 24, 1984May 29, 1987
19I H LatifJul 4, 1984Sep 23, 1984
20K. T. SatarawalaFeb 24, 1983Jul 3, 1984
21I H LatifAug 30, 1982Feb 23, 1983
22JagmohanMar 31, 1981Aug 29, 1982
23P. S. GillNov 16, 1977Mar 30, 1981
24S. K. BanerjiNov 16, 1972Nov 15, 1977
25Nakul SenApr 18, 1967Nov 15, 1972
26K. R. DamleFeb 24, 1965Apr 17, 1967
27Hari SharmaDec 12, 1964Feb 23, 1965
28M. R. SachdevSep 2, 1963Dec 8, 1964
29T. SivasankarJun 7, 1962Sep 1, 1963
30Maj Gen K. P. Candeth (Military Governor)Dec 19, 1961Jun 6, 1962

Cabinet Ministers of Geo


MinistriesName of Minsiter
Chief Minister of Goa, Home, Personnel, Finance, General Administration, Vigilance, EducationShri. Manohar Parrikar
Urban Development, Revenue, Craftsmen Training, Information Technology, N.R.I AffairsShri. Francis Dsouza
PWD, Transport, River Navigation, Non Conventional EnergyShri. Ramkrishna alias Sudin Dhavalikar
Health, Panchayati Raj and Community Development, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary ServiceShri. Laxmikant Parsekar
Water Resources, Civil Supplies and Price Control, Art & Culture, ArchaeologyShri. Dayanand Mandrekar
Sports and Youth Affairs, Tribal Welfare, ArchivesShri. Ramesh Tawadkar
Industries, Social Welfare, Legal Metrology, Handicrafts, Textile and CoirShri. Mahadev Naik
Tourism, Women & Child Development, ProtocolShri. Dilip Parulekar
Power including State Electrical Inspectorate, Housing, Information and Publicity, Printing & StationaryShri. Milind Naik
Co-operation, Factories & Boilers, Craftsmen TrainingShri. Pandurang Alias Deepak Dhavalikar
Labour & Employment, Fisheries, Rural DevelopmentShri. Avertano Furtado
Musuem, Environment, ForestSmt. Alina Saldanha

Rajya Sabha Members from Goa


NamePartyTerm
Shri Shantaram Naik Indian National Congress 29/07/2011 to 28/07/2017

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Goa



Shri Keshav Chandra, IAS, is the Chief Electoral Officer of Goa.

Contact Details: (0832)2225215 (Office)
Mob no. : 9552531809
Fax: (0832)2228443
Email: ceo_goa@eci.gov.in
Website: http://ceogoa.nic.in

Joint Chief Electoral Officer is Shri Narayan S. Navti.
He can be reached at:
(0832)2225215(Office)
(0832)2313894 (Residence)
Mob no. : 9404912277
Fax: (0832)2228443
Email: jtceo_goa@eci.gov.in
Website: http://ceogoa.nic.in More...

Goa 16th General Elections Latest News And Update

Reckless remarks have dented Goa's image: Tourism industry
July 31, 2014 12:42 PM
Goa ministers' remarks on banning biknis and demanding a Hindu nation have "really damaged" the state's reputation as a safe beach destination, said tourism industry stakeholders. They said global tourism operators are increasingly worried about Goa's tilt towards fundamentalist politics.   Source: IANS
Goa deputy CM apologises for Hindu nation remark
July 28, 2014 02:45 PM
Goa's Deputy Chief Minister Francis D'Souza today apologised for his comment that India was already a Hindu nation. "My opinion could be wrong for others. I accept it. I don't say it is the most correct opinion. You might say I am wrong. If anyone's sentiment is hurt, I apologise," D'Souza said. Source: IANS
Congress seeks dismissal of two Goa ministers
July 26, 2014 03:05 PM
The Congress today demanded the dismissal of Goa cabinet minister Deepak Dhavalikar and Deputy Chief Minister Francis D'Souza for making "unconstitutional" remarks about India as a Hindu nation. Congress state president John Fernandes also criticised his own party MLAs for not faulting Dhavalikar immediately after his controversial comments made on the floor of the state assembly on Thursday.   Source: IANS  
Congress stages walkout in Goa assembly over 'Hindu rashtra' remark
July 25, 2014 01:56 PM
The opposition Congress, along with an independent legislator, staged a walkout in the Goa assembly today protesting against a cabinet minister's remark that India would become a "Hindu nation" if everyone supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As soon as question hour began, Leader of Opposition Pratapsingh Rane demanded that Minister for Co-operation Deepak Dhavalikar clarify his controversial comments made on the floor of the house on Thursday.   Source: IANS
India is already a Hindu nation: Goa Deputy CM
July 25, 2014 01:54 PM
India is already a Hindu nation and "all Indians in Hindustan are Hindus", Deputy Chief Minister Francis D'Souza said. Defending the comments of his cabinet colleague Deepak Dhavalikar who said that Modi could make the country a 'Hindu nation', Francis D'Souza told reporters: "It was always a Hindu nation and will always be a Hindu nation. You don't have to create a Hindu nation." Source: IANS

Goa Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 - Party wise


Shown below are the number of seats won by BJP, INC, AAP and others in Goa Lok Sabha Elections 2014.

Goa 2014 Party Wise Results

Shown below is the list of winner/runnerup candidates of all parliamentary constituencies ofGoa with their party name and symbol along with the votes secured by each candidate.

ConstituencyStatusNamePartyVote
North Goa WinnerShripad Yesso Naik
BJP
237903
Runner upRavi Naik
INC
132304
South Goa WinnerNarendra Keshav Sawaikar
BJP
198776
Runner upAleixo Reginaldo Lourenco
INC
166446

Last Updated on March 5, 2014




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