Panaji, Sep 27 (IANS) Gearing up for the upcoming Goa elections, an AAP leader on Tuesday said that the party would release one manifesto for each assembly constituency, other than a main manifesto, which would spell out its vision for the coastal state.
Addressing a press conference here, Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson Oscar Rebello also said that unbridled corruption will emerge as one of the major electoral issues, when the state goes to poll in early 2017.
"We will have an independent manifesto for every constituency in Goa. So there will be 40 manifestos and a main manifesto which will spell out our party's vision for the state," he said, adding that the individual manifestos would be based on inputs collected during the 'Goa Dialogues', an interactive mechanism which involves meeting people across constituencies, social and professional groups.
"One of the main issues for these elections will be open corruption by the BJP-led coalition government. People are going to say no to this corrupt government by voting them out," Rebello said.