He admitted that ‘Modi factor’ is one of the drivers for the current election. "But that does not mean that the party or other factors do not count," Parrikar told reporters
outside a polling booth in Panaji, where he was among the first ones to cast vote.
    
"Personality is one factor that will finally lead you to victory," he said replying to a query.
    
"I feel there is pro-incumbency factor in Goa as people have seen the functioning of the state government for the last two years," he said.
    
The Goa Chief Minister said that in the election, people will acknowledge the performance of the government over the last two years.
    
He alleged that the UPA government had been trying to ‘consistently damage and purposely harass’ the state government.
    
"They are trying to put spokes in the functioning of the government. Congress' main perception is viciousness," Parrikar alleged.
    
He said that there is ‘inner jealousy’ in Congress which is why it is trying to work against the BJP-led state government.
    
Responding to a question, Parrikar admitted that Modi factor is one of the drivers for the current election. "But that does not mean that the party or other factors do not count," he said.     

"Personality is one factor that will finally lead you to victory," Parrikar commented.

(Agencies)

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