Tahlka News Desk
Panaji: Assembly election for Goa polls is going on Goa CM Parsekar and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has reached to the polling booth for voting. Its amid speculation that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar would return to Goa politics today everyone kept guessing by describing himself as a "party man" who will work as per the direction s of party leaders. However, he went saying that he was missing "Goa food in Delhi" and people can derive any meaning out of his remarks. he said "Iske bareme apko amit ji ne kaha hai, jo kaha hai utna hi mai wapas repeat karoonga (I will repeat what Amitji (Amit Shah) has said on this issue. I'm a party man, let party decide, he told when asked if he would be the next Goa CM, if his party elected.
When pointed out to his remarks that he likes Goan food, Parrikar responded, "I have lost four kg in Delhi, the main reason is food." "I have not said anything I only said I like Goan food. You can derive any meaning out of it," he commented. Parrikar, who was amongst the early voters at the polling booth in Panaji constituency, expected the polling to cross 85 per cent mark this time. "Initial reports indicates beginning of a very good turnout. I expect good voting this time like last time when there was 83 per cent voting. It may even exceed 85 per cent this time," Parrikar said.