NCP Goa chief spokesman Trojano D'Mello said that though the party has an option to fight both the seats, it will wait for the NCP and Congress leaderships to decide.

The party leaders on Monday held a meeting in the city to discuss poll related issues. However, the meeting remained inconclusive awaiting communication from Delhi on the seat sharing issue.
    
The Congress party has put its claim on both the seats for Goa, while NCP has said that alliance should go by the earlier formula of sharing North seat with Pawar-led party.

"Congress Goa President John Fernandes is making statements that they will contest both the seats. He is acting like a BJP agent," D'Mello alleged.
    
He said that the party has strong workers' base in both the constituencies and can win the elections.

For the last parliamentary polls, NCP was given North Goa seat, which it lost to BJP, while Congress had successfully contested the South Goa seat.

(Agencies)

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